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.
In 911 call audio released by police in Milton, Georgia, Delicia Cordon said she suspected McCoy was responsible for what happened while explaining why she didn't want to meet with officers outside the home in the immediate aftermath of the incident.
"I have cameras all outside my house and my boyfriend, who I feel, like, did this, who set me up, is going to see us on the cameras outside," Cordon said. "I really feel like, because we're breaking up, that he wants all his jewelry back."
"...[The intruder] just kept asking for jewelry. I think it has something to do with my ex-boyfriend."
Police didn't identify Cordon as the caller in the released audio, but statements made throughout the call -- which included descriptions of injuries -- correspond with the version of events released by her attorney, Tanya Mitchell Graham.
Cordon told police she was attacked by an unidentified black male who was dressed in black and wearing a mask. The intruder hit her multiple times with a handgun, ripped bracelets off her wrists and locked her in a bathroom before fleeing, she said. "My face is demolished right now," Cordon told the 911 dispatcher.
Graham said the man who attacked her client demanded specific jewelry she had received from McCoy.
"The preliminary investigation indicates that this residence was specifically targeted by the suspect or suspects, and not a random incident," police said in the statement Tuesday. No suspects have been named.
Responding to a social media post by Cordon's friend blaming him for what happened, McCoy vehemently denied the accusation on Tuesday, saying he hadn't been in "direct contact with any of the people involved in months." McCoy has been in the Miami area this week training for the upcoming season, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported.
"We have spoken to LeSean and have been in contact with the National Football League," the Bills said in a statement Tuesday. "We will continue to gather information."
Cordon has lived in the home owned by McCoy since the fall of 2016, according to her attorney. Fulton County court records show McCoy has been trying to have her evicted since last July. Police have been called three times to the residence in the last year, according to documents released Thursday.
McCoy told police responding to a domestic disturbance call on July 3, 2017, he and Cordon had broken up and said he was concerned she would make false accusations against him. McCoy stated he was "trying to be very careful about being around her given the climate of domestic abuse in his profession." However, police told him they couldn't bar Cordon from the house without an eviction and advised him to "stay away" from her.
McCoy also told the officers jewelers had loaned him and Cordon jewelry to wear at events and Cordon had not returned the items. He said he asked Cordon to return the jewelry multiple times.
Cordon confirmed her breakup with McCoy to police and neither individual made accusations of physical abuse. However, Cordon was taken into custody by Fulton County Sheriff's deputies after they determined she had a warrant for her arrest because of a missed traffic court appearance.
Police responded to another domestic disturbance at the home in April but no action was taken after both McCoy and Cordon said they managed to work everything out, according to the report.
Then, on June 1, Cordon reported to police she could see people removing items from the home via an in-house security camera feed while in Virginia. McCoy's mother, Daphne, told police her son instructed her to remove the items. Police told her certain items couldn't be removed and ordered movers to put furniture already loaded onto a truck back into the house. Daphne also said her son was letting Cordon live at the home until it was sold because she had two young children.
Tuesday's incident was revealed publicly by an unidentified Instagram user who posted a graphic image showing Cordon bloodied and bruised. She later deleted the post, explaining that the decision was prompted by advice from the victim's attorney. She also wrote, "I stand by what I said [in the original post]. I've personally addressed [McCoy] on everything that was stated many, many times over the years. Lie to these people if you want Shady, but you know I know everything."
NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said the league is "reviewing the matter."
This isn't the first time McCoy has been accused of assault. He was sued in 2013 by a woman who claimed the then-Eagles running back assaulted her before kicking her off a party bus. McCoy also was investigated for an alleged altercation at a Philadelphia nightclub in 2016 with off-duty police officers, but prosecutors did not press charges.
McCoy, who turned 30 on Thursday, is entering his fourth NFL season with the Bills after playing six seasons with the Eagles. The Bills open training camp July 25 at St. John Fisher College in Pittsford, New York.