In a new video, the Minnesota Vikings released an intercom video to the world that appears to be from a different world.
The video features a woman singing to her husband while standing on the porch of a home in Minnesota.
The woman, who goes by the name “Anna,” is also seen talking to her two sons.
Anna sings the opening line of the song: “I’ll come back in the morning and wake you up, I’ll be back in five minutes.”
The video is captioned, “You know how you know me, I’m a Viking.”
The woman who appears in the video has a long history of controversy.
She was arrested for allegedly being intoxicated while driving her son in 2002, and she is also accused of stabbing her husband in the back in 2012.
A year earlier, the couple was arrested in St. Paul after a domestic dispute turned physical.
In 2016, the wife allegedly stabbed her ex-husband in the stomach.
In 2015, the woman allegedly beat her husband to death in their St. Cloud, Minnesota, home.
In 2011, the husband reportedly took his wife’s guns and knives and threw them on the floor.
Anna’s arrest and alleged involvement in domestic violence is a new chapter in the woman’s story, but her story has been covered extensively by the media in the past.
In the video, she speaks with the camera about her experience with her husband.
She also tells the camera, “We’re not like the other people in this world, we’re not the other dogs, we are the Vikings.
We’re a Viking family.”
In the past, Anna has spoken publicly about her relationship with her ex.
She told The Associated Press in 2014 that she and her ex were having an affair at the time and that he “would come into my room and be like, ‘You know what, we’ve got to get to the end of this, Anna, because I can’t have any more children, and I can never have another child with you, and this is a horrible relationship.’
I would just tell him, ‘Don’t tell anyone.’
He wouldn’t listen.”
In 2014, the Associated Press reported that Anna and her husband have a three-year-old daughter.
The AP said that Anna was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence in 2017 after allegedly choking her husband with her shirt.
In 2018, the AP reported that she had been arrested for a separate domestic assault.
In July, Anna’s son, Jacob, was charged in the death of his father.
Jacob’s mother told police that Anna assaulted her son during a domestic violence incident in December 2018.
“I was the one who had the fight,” Anna said in the audio released to the media.
“We were in the middle of the night when I came in and found my son with blood all over him.”
The Minnesota Vikings and the Associated Public Broadcasting Network (APBN) have both removed the video from their website.
In a statement, APBN said that the video was taken down because it contained graphic language and had been removed from the APBN website in 2017.
The Vikings declined to comment on the video.
In May 2018, a former employee of the Vikings said she heard Anna’s voice singing “We are the family” in the recording, but it has not been confirmed.
In September, the team released a statement saying that Anna is a former Vikings employee who had worked in the league office in St Louis.
The statement did not address the video or the alleged domestic violence, which was the subject of a criminal investigation by the St. Louis County Police Department.
The Associated Public Media did not receive a response to a request for comment on whether Anna is still employed by the Vikings or whether the video is still available on the Vikings’ website.