When police arrived on the scene of Tuesday’s incident at LeSean McCoy’s Georgia home, his ex-girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, told officers that McCoy “poss[ibly] set her up.”
One of Cordon’s friends would also accuse McCoy of being involved in the attack on Tuesday in an Instagram post while also accusing the running back of other heinous acts. McCoy took little time to respond and claimed the accusations were baseless, offensive and totally false. The Instagram post was later removed from the page of Cordon’s friend.
Three days later, Cordon’s attorney is saying that her client is no longer certain that the Buffalo Bills running back was involved.
Delicia Cordon's attorney told CBS News on Friday that her client is no longer certain that #Bills RB LeSean McCoy was involved in attack https://t.co/boml2n0JTV #BillsMafia
— Ryan Talbot (@RyanTalbotBills) July 13, 2018
How about all the damage that has already done to his reputation? I think if McCoy is found innocent of any wrongdoing, he should sue her and the lawyer for smearing his name. Innocent until proven guilty.