Adrian Peterson is facing more legal problems after admitting to using marijuana while out on bond in his child abuse case, according to ESPN.

Peterson is accused of felony child abuse for whipping his 4-year old son. He turned himself in to Montgomery County, Texas authorities on September 13. The Minnesota Vikings running back posted bond of $15,000 and was released the same day. He was ordered to submit to drug tests as a condition of his release.

Peterson made a court appearance Wednesday, October 8th. While submitting a urine test he admitted to “smoking a little weed.”

Prosecutors have filed paperwork seeking to have AP’s bond revoked and want him re-arrested for violating the terms of his bond.

Peterson hasn’t been allowed to play in an NFL game since the allegations of child abuse came to light last month. He’s been placed on the NFL’s exempt list. If convicted of the charges he could face up to two years in prison.