Lawyer: Ex-girlfriend “believes very strongly” that LeSean McCoy was involved

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The attorney for LeSean McCoy‘s ex-girlfriend said Friday that Delicia Cordon “believes very strongly” the Bills running back “had some involvement” in the home invasion and assault on her. The incident took place July 10 at the Georgia resident McCoy owns.

He has denied involvement, saying he was in Miami at the time.

“She absolutely thinks Mr. McCoy had something to do with it,” Tanya Mitchell Graham, Cordon’s lawyer, told Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News in response to emailed questions. “She believes anyone else involved was likely contacted by someone else on behalf of Mr. McCoy.”

After confusion over comments she made last week, Graham clarified that neither she nor her client is backtracking from their accusation that McCoy was somehow involved.

The police report of the home invasion called it a “targeted” attack and noted that “the suspect demanded specific items from the victim.” Graham said those items were pieces of jewelry that were given as gifts to her client before McCoy asked for them back.

Police made three visits to McCoy’s house before the home invasion.

38 responses to “Lawyer: Ex-girlfriend “believes very strongly” that LeSean McCoy was involved

  1. Sounds suspicious. With Goodell as judge, jury and executioner, look out. He could get life.

    Then again, if he doesn’t play for the Cowboys or the Patriots, he may just get a fine. There’s no rhyme or reason

  2. Wouldn’t it have been much easier for this broad to just move out of his house when he asked instead of requiring him to go to court?

    While I believe Shady is a nickname well earned by the man, in this case the timeline looks really bad for the ex gf

  3. I expect that McCoy will eventually be in the position of saying that he complained about the situation and the the guy who did the thing took it upon himself to do the thing. Legal guilt will probably rest on whether there is an electronic record of conversation supporting McCoy’s or the victim’s story.

    Personal belief and judgement section: Our laws have for a long time been created in part to protect people from those more wealthy and powerful than them. There have always been efforts by the wealthy and powerful to change this, but the eviction requirement is definitely one of them. It’s OK, especially in a case where the more wealthy and powerful party has multiple homes. An eviction has a tremenndous impact on someone’s credit rating. There is a cost on both sides. Equal treatment under the law, etc.

    Second judgement: I think she is right, and McCoy did set the events in motion.

  4. Well if his ex girlfriend thinks he is probably guilty then thats a lock isnt it? Ex girlfriends have always beentop notch sources of info. If you ever want to know anything about me dont talk to me, dont talk to my wife. Dont even waste your time with my ex wife. No, you want to go to my ex girlfriends if you want the real details.

  5. Art of the crowd says:
    July 21, 2018 at 8:12 am
    Well if his ex girlfriend thinks he is probably guilty then thats a lock isnt it? Ex girlfriends have always beentop notch sources of info. If you ever want to know anything about me dont talk to me, dont talk to my wife. Dont even waste your time with my ex wife. No, you want to go to my ex girlfriends if you want the real details.
    ————————+
    I hear ya there buddy. But the fact remains that Goodell has punished heavily based on less.

  6. She’s lying & set this up here self. Why would he do that & they were set to go to court the next day where she was clearly gong to be evicted.

  7. Oh, the lawyer for McCoy’s ex girlfriend believes he’s involved. Well, he must be guilty. Case closed. Has anyone considered that maybe she set this whole thing up. They were going to court in a few days to get her evicted. Why would McCoy have someone go over to his house, rob her, and beat her up knowing that she was probably getting evicted anyways. Is is also possible this was a last ditch effort to get some payback by getting him involved in a domestic dispute. It’s not ALWAYS the man who’s the bad guy.

  8. The police will either find the digital-money trail connecting Mccoy to the attackers or they won’t. If they do he’s screwed, if they don’t Goodell could still punish him since the Bills are a threat to his treasured Jets

  9. It’s hard to believe a guy breaks into a house and has a list of items he’s looking for … and that list just coincidentally matches the items Shady wants back. This is so weak only Trump voters would buy it.

  10. hear ya there buddy. But the fact remains that Goodell has punished heavily based on less.

    Isn’t that funny? Say he’s found having no connection to this. Essentially any one can make something up and still get punished by the league?
    Anyone hear about the tapes of McCoy calling saying he wants things to end peacefully?

  11. “It’s not what you know, it’s what you can prove in court… I believe denzel Washington’s character said that in Training Day.

  12. Gordon Andrews says:
    July 21, 2018 at 9:51 am
    “It’s not what you know, it’s what you can prove in court… I believe denzel Washington’s character said that in Training Day.

    1 0 Rate This

    ———-

    a few good men came first

  13. It’s hard to believe a guy breaks into a house and has a list of items he’s looking for … and that list just coincidentally matches the items Shady wants back…unless a lying, conniving woman set it up….

  14. I see a lawsuit coming against her for defamation of character if no evidence is found to link McCoy to this crime.

    Just to be clear though, if McCoy did play a role in this, he deserves to be locked up.

    But if he’s found to have no part in this, she has done a lot to damage his public image with what seems to be nothing but a hunch on her part…

  15. “It’s hard to believe a guy breaks into a house and has a list of items he’s looking for … and that list just coincidentally matches the items Shady wants back. This is so weak only Trump voters would buy it.”

    I personally don’t know what to believe. I think it’s entirely possible McCoy is involved and it looks super suspicious. I also think it’s possible he’s being set up by her or even a 3rd party. However, if McCoy is truly dumb enough to pull some crap right before the court date (which was postponed, it was no longer the next day as people keep saying,) I also don’t think he’d be smart enough to cover all his tracks and it should hopefully be easy enough to uncover the truth if he’s involved. I also hope if she’s attempting a set up, they’re able to catch her in the act. The tough thing to prove, though, would be if it just so happened to be an independent 3rd party…a lowlife, so-called friend of one of the two, that stumbled upon an easy take with a built in motive that puts most the suspicion on McCoy and the remaining part on the ex. The perfect crime if they’re good at what they do.

  16. Well if it’s a strong belief that changes everything for most people. But for the rest of us is there any chance we could get at least a side of proof offered up along with that heaping plateful of strong belief?

    Of course it defies credulity that it doesn’t connect back to him in some way but there’s a long way between that and him sending someone to put a beatdown on her. I’m no fan of the guy off the field but let’s rein in the burn him at the stake mentality considering we already know we are dealing with a proven gold digger in her.

  17. captainwhodat says:
    July 21, 2018 at 11:18 am
    It’s hard to believe a guy breaks into a house and has a list of items he’s looking for … and that list just coincidentally matches the items Shady wants back…unless a lying, conniving woman set it up….
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    So a conniving woman is going to set herself up to get beaten up ?
    The truth likely lies in between.

    Like I said. This is a made to order Dr. Phil show.

  18. Maybe I’m daft, but has a burglar ever “not targeted” a home they’re robbing?

  19. Here are the KNOWN facts:
    He broke up with her.
    He told her to vacate his house.
    She refused.
    She either hoped for a reconciliation or a big payday to leave his life.
    Her actions PROVED she is not willing to respect his wishes regarding his house and leaving his life.

    Conjecture:
    Her proven questionable type of conduct certainly could have carried over into other aspects of her life where she PI$$ED off other folks to where they exacted their revenge and pound of flesh.

    Conjecture: McCoy has too much to lose in being involved in something like this and that is why he had not had her evicted through legal avenues.

  20. The police are convinced the thief committed the robbery with a list of specific things he wanted to steal. He beat the victim so she would reveal their location.

    The police also know that the list consisted of things McCoy had previously demanded that the victim give back to him.

    It doesn’t matter what the woman or her lawyer say about McCoy’s involvement. That’s not going to be part of the case against McCoy. What is putting McCoy is very bad legal position is the list. If the thief is caught and makes a plea deal, McCoy could be penitentiary bound.

  21. Many of decent, innocent people have been executed & later exonerated for a false conviction they couldn’t prove at the time

    Many of decent people have spent decades in prisons only to be vindicated later in the very courts/higher courts who couldn’t prove it at the time of trial/conviction

    We may have “the best justice system ” in the world
    Nut
    It’s far from perfect

    And that’s been proven & acknowledged by the nation’s most notable Attys on both sides of the Court

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