Victim told police LeSean McCoy may have “set her up”

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The former girlfriend of LeSean McCoy told police she thought the Bills running back “set her up” for Tuesday’s home invasion, beating and robbery.

According to Mike Rodak of ESPN.com, the event report released by police in Milton, Ga., includes a notation from 10 minutes after Delicia Cordon’s first call to police that makes her allegation against McCoy clear.

“The caller poss[ibly] thinks her ex boyfriend poss[ibly] set her up,” the report logged at 3:28 a.m. Tuesday reads

Cordon was attacked during what police described as a “targeted” home invasion, where she was beaten and items were taken from her.

The report identified the suspect as being a black male of unknown age, who was wearing a mask and dressed in all black.

While the event report doesn’t list Cordon by name, her attorney said in a statement Tuesday she was beaten in the head with a firearm and suffered wrist injuries when the intruder attempted to remove jewelry from her wrist.

McCoy was in Florida training at the time of the attack, and has denied any involvement in the attack. He has retained high-profile counsel. The league and the Bills are investigating the situation independently.

50 responses to “Victim told police LeSean McCoy may have “set her up”

  1. How could she be in Ga and he be in Fla? That is confusing.

    What is confusing? Time and space?

  2. McCoy had to have a solid alibi so he stayed in Fla and had someone else do his dirty work.
    This scumbag will spill the beans on McCoy, no doubt about that.

  3. The report identified the suspect as being a black male of unknown age, who was wearing a mask and dressed in all black.
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    OJ’s out of prison. They got the wrong Bills RB.

  4. 0 days without an arrest says:
    July 12, 2018 at 3:24 pm

    Shady is a dirtbag
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    Could be, but she sure seems like she is as well

  5. The Employment address of the victim was missing from the police report, how odd is that for a mansion squatter ??

  6. “OJ’s out of prison. They got the wrong Bills RB.”

    OJ isn’t a spring chicken anymore. He can barely walk. I doubt if he’s capable of assaulting anyone these days.

  7. Hopefully McCoy doesn’t have another “female only”, attire provided, party bus plans. This could cause irreparable harm to the careers of the Instagram models considering attending if canceled.

  8. This story just gets odder and odder. Despite the police report apparently saying there was no forced entry, the victim also initially told police her 16-year-old son was missing and that a window in his room was open and a “sheet [was] tied like some[one] went out from the [second] floor.” Is this an episode of Keystone Cops?

  9. I know there’s some dumb people out there but honestly it is reallllly hard for me to believe shady would be dumb enough to order a home invasion on his ex when the outcome is obviously going to draw the worst kind of attention to himself. Has to be more to it

  10. I truly dislike everyone in this story and don’t believe anyone. This is the underbelly of society at its worst

  11. Desperate mansion squatter with no means of support tries to shakedown her ex. Now that’s what I call…. shady.

  12. joshuadx89 says:
    July 12, 2018 at 3:17 pm
    Missing from the report you have above is Cordon also stating that her 16 year old son was missing. What an odd situation.
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    She later was in contact him and he came home in an Uber. It is odd to me though that a 16 year old is out that late and she didn’t even know it. Lots of questions about that actually.

  13. thegreatgabbert says:
    July 12, 2018 at 3:30 pm
    Assailant described as “black male, wearing a mask, dressed in black.”. Sounds like a very Shady character to me.

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    Maybe it’s one of the guys the Mannings sent to Guyer to intimidate and destroy the documents as Goodell sat there and watched to help cover up Manning’s cheating?

  14. And now the backtracking begins:
    According to Mike Petchenik of WSB-TV in Atlanta, Cordon’s lawyer, Tanya Graham Mitchell, told him “Cordon has never accused McCoy of domestic violence and she can’t speak to what Cordon’s friend posted on Instagram earlier this week.”

  15. The police deal with this bs 24/7/365. It is pure criminal insanity.
    Jamie’s Winston. Kellen Winslow Ii. Brandon Browner. Marcel Darius. Shady. Am I forgetting anyone?
    And yet, the police are the enemy somehow.
    Kaepernik refused to stand and honour the flag of a country that has a “geatapo”.
    All through his crusade, I wondered “why are these poor people being victimized by police? Why do they always come into contact with police?” I haven’t interacted with a policeman in many years.
    Ck makes it sound like police go hunting for minorities. If that’s true, then stay away from the hunting ground, or circumstances that may cause you to encounter police. That’s what I do. It works! I have not had one negative encounter with police in my life.
    I have friends who are police, and they always warned me : “if you ever have an encounter with law enforcement, make sure that you cooperate with them completely. Whatever you do, DO NOT MOUTH OFF. . The amount of boneheads they deal with everyday must he mind numbing.
    And yet, NFL football players continue to kneel. Will they kneel over the treatment of shady? Darius? Browner?

    Stop breaking the law.

  16. joshuadx89 says:
    July 12, 2018 at 3:17 pm
    Missing from the report you have above is Cordon also stating that her 16 year old son was missing. What an odd situation.
    ____________________________________

    She later was in contact him and he came home in an Uber. It is odd to me though that a 16 year old is out that late and she didn’t even know it. Lots of questions about that actually.

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    Perhaps McCoy gave the kid a heads-up and told him not to be at home that night in particular. Yeah, I would be looking at EVERYONE’S phone records.

  17. @nomesayin says:

    The police deal with this bs 24/7/365. It is pure criminal insanity.
    Jamie’s Winston. Kellen Winslow Ii. Brandon Browner. Marcel Darius. Shady. Am I forgetting anyone?
    Kaepernik refused to stand and honour the flag of a country that has a “geatapo”.
    All through his crusade, I wondered “why are these poor people being victimized by police? Why do they always come into contact with police?” I haven’t interacted with a policeman in many years.
    Ck makes it sound like police go hunting for minorities. If that’s true, then stay away from the hunting ground, or circumstances that may cause you to encounter police. That’s what I do. It works! I have not had one negative encounter with police in my life.
    I have friends who are police, and they always warned me : “if you ever have an encounter with law enforcement, make sure that you cooperate with them completely. Whatever you do, DO NOT MOUTH OFF. . The amount of boneheads they deal with everyday must he mind numbing.
    And yet, NFL football players continue to kneel. Will they kneel over the treatment of shady? Darius? Browner?

    Stop breaking the law.
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    Totally unrelated issues…has been from the start. These individuals that you mention and those that are allegedly involved in crimes is not why players are/were kneeling.

  18. again, no way this chick is taking a beating like that for a con job. her wholeife is based on looks.

  19. My guess is her plan backfired. whoever she conspired with told McCoy and his boys made sure is was abeating she wouldn’t;t forget.

    Sounds like a scene from a movie where the beating is part of the scam, but it goes

  20. .
    sounds to me like the other girl that was there wanted her watch back and phoned a “friend”

  21. A court date for her eviction was set for next week. McCoy was sure to have her removed lawfully and she knew it. So I seriously doubt McCoy would risk it all mere days away from this all but sure eviction.
    Cordon knew the luxurious lifestyle she has been living for the past few years was about to come to an end, So why not set this up to make it look like McCoy organized the whole thing? She would remain in the place she squatted on, possibly owning it after she sued McCoy for millions and a little extra payback for breaking up with her by ruining his career in the NFL? Her story has repeatedly changed and McCoy’s has stayed the same. She hired an “entertainment” Lawyer and has since had her lawyer retract a bunch of statements she made about McCoy. Something seems a little fishy about the whole thing. The truth will come out soon.

  22. Have no idea what happened, but being involved in security and police work for 30 plus years my money is on Shady, and if I’m wrong he should go to prison for a long time

  23. Two dirt bags meet, one gets beaten up. Both squirt the actual details. Shady is done. Bills then need to adjust the “process”.

  24. Maybe it was him or maybe this is her way to keep some stuff she didn’t want to give back. Let’s see what the police say when they complete their investigation.

  25. Apparently some of the commenters didn’t learn from the Reuben Foster case that women actually lie sometimes. But what are the chances that a golddigger would do such a thing? I’m sure she’s wonderful.

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