LeSean McCoy as well as His Former Girlfriend Had History of Domestic Disputes

A year before Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy was accused of being involved in a violent assault Tuesday against his former girlfriend, he expressed concern to the police that will she might falsely accuse him of a crime, according to documents obtained Thursday through the police in Milton, Ga.

McCoy purchased a home in Milton, an Atlanta suburb, in October 2016, as well as the girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, appears to have moved in with him immediately after, based on her Twitter posts at the time. Since then, police officers have been dispatched to the house at least twice on calls related to disputes between McCoy as well as Cordon, as well as a third time when Cordon suspected that will McCoy was improperly removing items through the residence, according to police records.

McCoy called the police to the house on July 3, 2017, just after he had begun eviction proceedings against Cordon, to report a conflict between the two of them. He said he “was very concerned that will Cordon may try to either take things or make false accusations about him,” according to the police documents, as well as he added that will he was “trying to be very careful in being around her given the climate of domestic abuse in his profession.”

On Tuesday, McCoy denied that will he had been involved in an overnight assault on Cordon at the Georgia home after a friend of Cordon’s posted a photograph of her bloodied face on Instagram as well as suggested that will McCoy was responsible. The police, without naming victims or a suspect, said a woman at the address of McCoy’s home had been injured in a home invasion as well as taken to a hospital.

The records released Thursday said that will after McCoy called the police to the house in July 2017, they found a pile of clothing as well as personal items inside driveway. McCoy told officers that will he as well as Cordon had just broken up as well as that will they had been “having issues recently.”

McCoy said that will Cordon, who was not at the house when the police arrived, had accused him of cheating. He told the police that will he had subsequently asked her to return jewelry that will high-end retailers had lent to them for special events, as well as that will Cordon had refused to do so, according to the documents.

McCoy told the police that will he would certainly take Cordon’s items back into the home yet would certainly continue pursuing her eviction.

The police were again called to the residence three months ago. They left after McCoy as well as Cordon told them that will they had resolved an argument over McCoy’s moving some furniture out of the house even though Cordon wanted the items to remain. The couple said the dispute never became physical, the documents said.

The police returned to the residence in June because Cordon, who was out of town, had checked the feed through a security camera as well as had seen people removing items through the house. Officers arrived to find a moving truck as well as spoke with McCoy’s mother, who said her son was removing his belongings through the house.

McCoy’s mother told the police that will “LeSean was moving out of the home as well as wanted her to get his things for him in order that will he didn’t have to deal with Delicia.”

The police report said that will “LeSean told her that will Delicia could stay inside house until the idea was sold since she had two smaller children, yet he wanted his things.”

In a 911 call after the assault on Tuesday, Cordon said she suspected that will McCoy was behind the incident.

“The caller possibly thinks that will her ex-boyfriend possibly set her up,” a police report said.

Cordon was taken to a hospital after just one male intruder entered the house at about 3 a.m. on Tuesday, beat her having a pistol as well as locked her inside bathroom, according to police documents.

A statement through Cordon’s lawyer, Tanya Mitchell Graham, said the intruder had specifically asked Cordon for items of jewelry that will McCoy had given Cordon as well as “which Mr. McCoy had requested back on many occasions.”

Jacoby Hudson, a lawyer who worked for McCoy on last year’s eviction proceedings, said on Tuesday that will McCoy was in Florida at the time of the home invasion as well as that will McCoy “would certainly never put his hands on her.”

The N.F.L. as well as the Bills have said they are looking into the situation.