But not leave bruises. I guess it's a black thing. Reggie Bush is the latest athlete to come to the defense of Adrian Peterson in the wake of his indictment on child abuse charges last week, saying he will discipline his own daughter in the same manner Peterson disciplined his son. Appearing today on the Boomer & Carton show, the 29-year-old Detroit Lions running back said Peterson should never have been suspended from league play after getting in trouble for beating his son with a switch. He then added that if his daughter behaved inappropriately, she too would receive a punishment similar to the one Peterson gave his son. I have a one-year-old daughter, and I discipline her,' he said during the interview. 'I definitely will try to — will obviously not leave bruises or anything like that on her. But I definitely will discipline her harshly depending on what the situation is.' According to CBS 2 New York, Bush, who used to date Kim Kardashian, was then asked if he would ever hit his daughter with a switch, to which he responded, 'I would possibly consider it, depending on what she did.' Bush chalked up his opinion on the subject to the fact that he was disciplined in the same way as Peterson's son when he was younger. This weekend, former NBA star Charles Barkley also defended Peterson, saying the type of punishment the NFL star doled out is common among 'black parents in the South.'