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Mom Gets Kids To Stop Fighting In Car! Yay! By Slamming On Brakes! What? And Sending Daughter Into The Windshield… Oh…

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A Florida mom is currently facing child abuse charges after a car ride gone wrong.

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According to police, Lorena Simpson tried to get her kids, who were in the backseat of her car, to stop fighting by slamming the breaks.

"That's a great example of good parenting," said no one ever.

However, her 12-year-old daughter was in the front seat at the time without a seatbelt on.

Needless to say, the daughter slammed her head into the windshield. Maybe next time check that your children are safely secured by a seat belt before rashly decelerating your car.

Lorena claims to have had no idea that anything was wrong until the police arrived three days later:

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Adrian Peterson Says He's Super Sorry About Hitting His Son — And Here's How He's Reforming Himself

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Things might have been different if he'd said this upfront!

Adrian Peterson was suspended for the rest of the NFL season for disciplining his son so harshly that he drew blood.

Well, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said that since the Minnesota Vikings running back didn't show remorse, he's done playing for the year.

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NOW, Adrian has decided to tell the world how sorry he is, explaining how the incident happened, and what followed. He said:

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Adrian Peterson Avoids Jail Time After Striking Up A Plea Deal In Child Abuse Scandal

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Adrian Peterson will not face any jail time for his child abuse scandal.

It looks like NFL running back Adrian Peterson will NOT have to worry about spending any time behind bars as he has struck up a plea agreement that will allow him to avoid jail completely.

The Minnesota Viking was originally indicted on felony charges of injuring a child after he used wooden "switch," or stick, to hit his 4-year-old son as a form of discipline, leaving him with cuts and bruises on his legs, buttocks, and testicles.

Despite some speculation that he might face possible jail time, Adrian and his legal team managed to put together a deal in which he pleaded no contest to much lesser misdemeanor charge of reckless assault.

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NFL Star Adrian Peterson Heading To Court For Child Abuse Charges, And He's Expected To Plead…

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Adrian Peterson, NFL running back, is currently suspended from the Minnesota Vikings.

He's facing child abuse charges for the overzealous disciplining of his son with a switch (thin tree branch). After the whole Ray Rice domestic violence scandal, the NFL was closely watched for how they'd react.

Peterson ended up being suspended and forced to stay away from all team activities.

Now he's due to appear in court this morning for his first hearing.

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Speaks Out About Ray Rice And Adrian Peterson Scandals For The First Time: 'I Got It Wrong On A Number Of Levels'

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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell publicly addressed the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson scandals for the first time.

It's been a rough couple of weeks for the NFL as star running backs Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson were wrapped up in domestic violence and child abuse scandals respectively.

But despite all of the turmoil, one man we have yet to hear from is the league's commissioner, Roger Goodell, himself. Until today.

The NFL commish finally spoke today to address the league's poor handling of each scandal, saying:

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