The woman who was attacked at the home of LeSean McCoy says her assailant was after specific items previously given to her by McCoy and suggests the attack was ordered by the football star.
An attorney for Delicia Cordon, McCoy's ex-girlfriend, claims her attacker entered the home she shared with McCoy with no signs of forced entry. She also claims the man "demanded specific items of jewelry" that had been gifts from McCoy and that he had previously expressed wanting back.
The lawyers claim McCoy even suggested that Cordon "could be robbed" because the jewelry was expensive.
Cordon claims she suffered bruising to her wrist after the assailant tried to get a bracelet off her wrist. She also claims she was struck in the face multiple times with a firearm while asking for jewelry and cash.
Cops and paramedics were called to LeSean McCoy's Georgia home early Tuesday morning after reports of a home invasion where a woman was assaulted and locked in a bathroom.
According to dispatch audio obtained by The Blast, a dispatcher directed a response to McCoy’s home in Alpharetta “in reference to a female who was assaulted … hit in the head and locked in the bathroom.”
During the call, the dispatch says that cops are in route and it sounds like she says a phone was taken, but it’s unclear.
As The Blast previously reported, there is now an active investigation centered around the McCoy’s home, but it’s unclear how the Buffalo Bills running back is involved.