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Police had been called three times to LeSean McCoy’s home before reported assault, robbery

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This isn’t the first time police have been to LeSean McCoy’s home in Georgia.

Early Tuesday morning, police were called to an Alpharetta, Georgia home owned by Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy, to investigate a break in, robbery, and assault of his estranged girlfriend, Delicia Cordon. This wasn’t the first time cops had been to the residence, purchased by McCoy in 2016, recently released police reports show.

In July 2017, police were called to the home after Cordon accused McCoy of cheating on her. (Please note, McCoy’s given name is spelled “Leshawn” which is why it is spelled that way in the report.) As a result, officers found a pile of Cordon’s belongings and clothes in the driveway when they arrived. McCoy told police the pair had been arguing after Cordon followed McCoy to Las Vegas and made the cheating accusations, and he wanted her out of his home. He also detailed items of jewelry he wanted returned, as they were on loan from jewelers. Cordon said she had nowhere else to go but was led from the house in handcuffs because of an outstanding court appearance on a traffic violation.

In April 2018, there was a domestic dispute at the home. Cordon called 911 because McCoy was moving furniture out of the house. Both sides say it never became physical and by the time the police arrived they had “everything worked out”.

The final time police were called before this week was in June 2018, when family, friends, and workers hired by McCoy showed up to remove Cordon’s belongings while she was out of town. (McCoy was in Orchard Park at OTAs.) Observing from a phone app connected to her security system, Cordon was alerted to the situation and called police. Her belongings were left at the residence and later that week, McCoy began the legal process of evicting her.

On July 10th, 2018, police were called after 3:00 a.m. when Cordon reported an intruder had broken in, stolen jewelry, and beaten her. You can listen to the 911 call here. In the call, Cordon wonders aloud if McCoy “set her up”, reads the police report. Friends of Cordon have accused McCoy of the crime on social media, and Cordon’s lawyer has built a circumstantial case against McCoy but distanced her from domestic violence accusations against the NFL star. Police have not accused McCoy of any wrongdoing at this point, and he has not been charged with any crime.

You can read the police reports by following this link.