Woman Claims NFL Star Boyfriend LeSean McCoy Planned Violent Home Invasion

Rex Christensen
September 24, 2018

Delicia Cordon, the ex-girlfriend of Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy, is opening up about the night she claims she was brutally attacked by an unknown assailant. And Cordon said Friday that Maisonet is not the only woman to back suggestions of an abusive history, with other women contacting her to recount "aggressive behavior towards them and towards his child". "I am grateful for everyone for everyone who has contacted me about their experiences and I hope that by seeing myself and Ms. Maisonet come forward, they too will gain the strength to come forward as well".

Although Cordon's attorney, Tanya Mitchell Graham, said "other women" have contacted Cordon about McCoy's past behavior, she declined to answer whether McCoy physically abused Cordon. The LeSean McCoy that I know behind closed doors is totally different than the LeSean McCoy in front of cameras.

"Every day I live my life in fear, not knowing if I'm walking past the man who savagely attacked me", she said. He's not helping. He's not giving up any information with the security cameras that we have asked.

"A masked man stood on my bed on the top of me, striking me in my face and my head numerous times with a pistol while demanding specific items of jewelry that had been given to me by LeSean McCoy", said Cordon. "I'm always going to feel like someone is trying to get me and feel like someone is trying to follow me", Cordon said with tears in her eyes.

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Around 30 people were hurt, with six hospitalized and two in critical condition as of Saturday, according to hospital authorities. Much of Dunrobin, a semi-rural community about 22 miles (35 kilometers) west of downtown Ottawa, remained cordoned off by police.

"To be clear, very clear, I believe that LeSean McCoy was involved the attack", Cordon said. The NFL on Friday did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Earlier this week, Stephanie Maisonet, the mother of McCoy's son, provided an affidavit that was included in Cordon's case, per USA Today.

The pair had dated for two years, but their relationship had turned sour and McCoy had started the process of trying to evict her from his home, claiming in court documents that she had refused to leave.

Meantime Cordon said she's personally offering a $40,000 reward for the suspect's arrest and to restore her sense of peace. McCoy has adamantly denied any involvement in the crime.

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