Police are reportedly investigating the home invasion of a house owned by Buffalo Bills running back, LeSean McCoy. According to a statement obtained by ABC News, the Georgia home was specifically targeted early Tuesday morning (July 10), with no signs of forced entry and the intruder demanding several specific items from the victims.
When police arrived at the scene, they found two victims: a woman (assumed to be McCoy’s ex-girlfriend, Delicia De Cordon) who had been assaulted during the incident, as well as a second, unidentified woman who suffered from minor injuries.
Just in to @ABC: Police in Milton, GA confirm an investigation of NFL Star LeSean McCoy and a woman whose battered face was posted online. #Bills pic.twitter.com/mBLq1P9u1Q
— Matt Stone (@MattStoneABC) July 10, 2018
Statement from firm representing victim involved with LeSean McCoy. Victim seems to claim that McCoy orchestrated the attack pic.twitter.com/yR0Rkwttsh
— Matt Stone (@MattStoneABC) July 11, 2018
This news breaks after yesterday’s domestic violence accusations against McCoy, who has both shot down the accusations via Instagram as well as released a public statement via his attorney, Jacoby Hudson, asserting that he has been in Miami for the past several days and had nothing to with the home invasion incident.
LeSean McCoy’s Atlanta-based attorney told me McCoy tried to evict his ex from his home in #Milton, but she wouldn’t leave. He said he’s been in Miami the last few days and had nothing to do with the home invasion this morning. pic.twitter.com/SnJIkemO7m
— Mike Petchenik (@MPetchenikWSB) July 10, 2018
The NFL is currently reviewing the matter.
A statement from the Buffalo Bills: pic.twitter.com/wfnAgBO94Q
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) July 10, 2018
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