LeSean McCoy facing new allegations from woman who was attacked
A woman who was attacked during a home invasion at a property owned by LeSean McCoy back in July says the NFL star went to great lengths to cover up the crime, which McCoy was previously accused of orchestrating.
Elizabeth Donald, a friend of McCoy’s ex-girlfriend Delicia Cordon, says she was also attacked when a masked man broke into the home on July 10. Both Donald and Cordon have publicly accused McCoy of sending a man to the house to retrieve jewelry and other items for the Bills running back, and Donald said in new court documents this week that McCoy later cleaned up the crime scene.
According to TMZ, court documents filed on Dec. 11 claim McCoy has since “caused the residence to be scrubbed down with bleach and other cleaning agents in an egregious attempt to spoil any remaining evidence in the residence.”
Both Donald and Cordon say they were pistol whipped by a masked man during the attack, and no arrests have been made in the case. The women have filed separate lawsuits against McCoy alleging that he orchestrated the attack. McCoy has adamantly denied having any involvement, and his status with the Bills this season has not been impacted.