Buffalo Bills' LeSean McCoy Denies Domestic Violence Allegations After Graphic Photo Surfaces

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy has been accused of beating his son, his dog, and his girlfriend Delicia Cordon in a very graphic Instagram post.

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LeSean McCoy

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy has been accused of beating his girlfriend in a very graphic Instagram post, as theNew York Daily News points out.

Trigger warning— this article contains a graphic depiction of domestic violence.

User @miamor_i_adore, a friend of McCoy’s girlfriend Delicia Cordon, posted a collage of two images on Tuesday morning. On the left is a normal photo of Cordon, but on the right she’s covered in blood with swelling and bruising on her face.

The friend accused McCoy of not only assaulting Cordon, but abusing his dog and son as well as illegal drug use. 

McCoy responded to the allegations in his own Instagram post, claiming he has not seen the alleged victim in months. “For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me today on social media are completely false,” McCoy wrote. “Further more, I have not had any direct contact with any of the people involved in months.” 

McCoy sued the alleged victim and went to court in June to kick her out of the house he owns in Georgia, according to legal documents obtained by Heavy. McCoy's friend and former Pittsburgh teammate Tamarcus “TJ” Porter filed the proceedings on the athlete's behalf on June 6. The forms stated that Cordon was the "ex-girlfriend of owner/plaintiff and refuses to leave.” The form also asked that Cordon return all of McCoy's items that were in her possession. 

Cordon's attorney filed a response to the complaint, claiming her client's belongings were removed from McCoy's residence while she was out of town. The filing also states Cordon was living in the home with her 16-year-old son since October 2016 and that she was never asked to leave prior to her belongings being removed from McCoy's home. 

TMZ obtained audio of an operator contacting police and medical personnel for McCoy's house early Monday morning, mentioning a “home invasion.” "It's gonna be in reference to a female who was assaulted, hit in the head and locked in the bathroom," the operator says.

Another friend of Cordon's, Cecily Billups, recently went to Facebook to accuse McCoy of “sending dudes in [Cordon's] house to pistol whip and rob her!! For what?! Now the world knows what we know!!! You will pay for this.. You will NOT get away with this.”

Shortly after the graphic photo surfaced, Georgia authorities confirmed to Deadspin that Cordon was the victim of a targeted home invasion. The Milton County Police Department released the following statement:

On July 10, 2018 at approximately 3:18 A.M., Milton Police responded to a home invasion at a residence on Hickory Pass near the Cherokee County line. The preliminary investigation indicates that this residence was specifically targeted by the suspect or suspects, and not a random incident.

Cordon's attorney Tanya Mitchell Graham has released a statement to TMZ detailing what went down during the home invasion. She claims Cordon was asleep when a man entered the home on a Tuesday morning. The assailant allegedly demanded specific pieces of jewelry that McCoy had gifted Cordon and later requested back. Graham also claims the suspect entered the home without any signs of forced entry, and that McCoy changed the home's security system prior to the break-in.

According to NYDN, McCoy and Cordon clashed on social media last week after she accused him of cheating on her with an escort, “because he has a small penis.” Those posts have since been deleted.  

The Bills are reportedly looking into the allegations, and the NFL has yet to respond

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