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Victim of alleged beating details her case against Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy

McCoy’s ex-girlfriend was beaten during a home invasion at a home owned by the Bills running back.

On Tuesday morning, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy was accused of severely beating his ex-girlfriend. Friends of the victim, who has been identified as McCoy’s ex-girlfriend Delicia Conrad, posted a picture of Conrad’s bloodied face on Instagram and accused McCoy of attacking her. Now Conrad has spoken out, via her attorney.

Details of the attack are shared from Cordon’s perspective but multiple mentions of McCoy are interspersed throughout. It’s worth noting that while police have shared they’re investigating an incident that took place on the block in which McCoy owns a home in Alpharetta, Georgia, the police have not named McCoy in connection to the case.

With that said, it is evident the attorneys for Cordon are trying to build a case against McCoy.

“The assailant entered the home with no signs of forced entry,” reads the statement’s first paragraph. “The assailant demanded specific items of jewelry that had been previously gifted to Ms. Cordon by Mr. McCoy, which Mr. McCoy had requested back on many occasions. In fact, after Ms. Cordon refused to return her jewelry gifts to Mr. McCoy, he would often suggest to Ms. Cordon that she could be robbed because the jewelry was expensive.”

After detailing the physical injuries sustained by Cordon and her cousin (who was staying with her) in the second paragraph, the letter returns to shaping the case against McCoy by discussing an incident from several weeks ago. On June 1, while McCoy was in Orchard Park for OTAs, the victim’s lawyer says family and friends of McCoy’s attempted to evict Cordon, allegedly at McCoy’s direction, while she was not in the home. She was alerted by the home’s security system and called the police.

“After June 1st, Mr. McCoy had the cameras removed from the home and terminated the service provider. He had a new security system installed,” says the letter, setting the stage for more circumstantial evidence.

Cordon’s attorney alleges she had no access to this new system and couldn’t turn on or turn off the alarms or cameras.

It was a few days later that McCoy’s lawyers filed an eviction proceeding against Cordon. The two sides were to have a court date in that case on Tuesday, July 10, the same day as Cordon was assaulted, but it was postponed by Cordon’s lawyer due to a health emergency with a family member.

The final paragraph has the victim’s attorney questioning why McCoy hasn’t reached out to check on Cordon’s physical condition, check on his residence, and even whether or not he was able to live stream the attack.

Obviously there is a lot more to this story that will be coming out in the days and weeks ahead. We will provide updates as they become available.

McCoy is schedule to return to Western New York a week from today as the Bills begin training camp at St. John Fisher College in Pittsford, NY.