LeSean McCoy’s girlfriend reportedly moves out of house
LeSean McCoy’s girlfriend Delicia Cordon had been staying at a house owned by the NFL star for an extended period of time, but she has decided to move out after she was violently attacked earlier this month.
According to TMZ, Cordon moved out of the Alpharetta, Ga., home less than a week after a masked man broke in, pistol whipped her and robbed her. She is reportedly moving to a home she considers more safe and has hired private security.
A previous report from TMZ indicated McCoy had gone to a judge seeking to have Cordon evicted from the home. Cordon responded by telling the judge McCoy had recently given her a “substantial gift” and discussed marriage with her. She also said McCoy sent some friends and family members to remove items from the home when she was away, but police put a stop to it after she saw what was going on via a live security feed.
McCoy has denied having any involvement in the attack on Cordon, but the victim’s legal team strongly insinuated that she believes McCoy set her up. The NFL and the Buffalo Bills are investigating the incident, and it would not be a surprise if McCoy is suspended to start the 2018 season.