LeSean McCoy’s estranged girlfriend told an emergency dispatcher she believed the Buffalo Bills running back had “something to do with” an unidentified assailant allegedly assaulting her during a home invasion robbery at her residence in suburban Atlanta early Tuesday morning.
Later in the week she backtracked, saying maybe LeSean McCoy actually didn’t have anything to do with it.
Delicia Cordon No Longer Certain LeSean McCoy was Involved in the Attack https://t.co/II14rzk4yj
— SportsGossip.com (@sportsgossip) July 13, 2018
Now it appears she’s once again reversing her call, as her lawyer still believes McCoy had something to do with.
Just spoke to Tanya Mitchell Graham, attorney for Delicia Cordon. She said there has been “no backtracking” of her client’s story. Graham says her client “suspects” McCoy had “something to do with it” but Cordon is not directly blaming McCoy without more evidence.
— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) July 13, 2018
On Thursday, Graham told WRNB radio in Philadelphia that neither she nor Cordon has “said directly” McCoy was involved in the incident. Later in the day, TMZ released the 911 call where Cordon told police she felt like her boyfriend was involved because he wanted jewelry back. Hard to say what exactly is going on here.