By RYAN GORMAN
An order of protection has been issued against Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson after he was indicted last week for beating his young son with a switch.
The Hennepin County Attorney issued the order Friday afternoon, a source who declined to be named because he was not authorized to speak on the matter told AOL News.
It does not bar Peterson, 30, from seeing his four-year-old son, but does require court-supervision for any visits, the source explained. Physical discipline of any kind is forbidden.
The order is for 90-days but is technically open-ended because it can be renewed at the court's discretion.
This latest blow to Peterson came as NFL Commissioner gave a press conference regarding the league's new domestic and sexual violence policies.
It came exactly one week after a Texas jury indicted Peterson on a single charge of injury to a child, and six days after he turned himself in to authorities.
Peterson has admitted to beating the boy with a tree branch but has steadfastly insisted he is not a child abuser.
He is currently on paid leave from the team while awaiting trial.
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