In a leaked 911 call from 2017, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy requested police come and “safely” remove his estranged girlfriend from his house.
During the call, which occurred on July 3, 2017, McCoy alleged his estranged live-in girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, was refusing to leave his Georgia mansion after he broke things off with her, reported the New York Daily News.
“I have a young lady that, uh, she’s stealing stuff out of my home, she won’t leave,” he said in the 911 call.
“We were together for a little bit, like five or six months. I let her go like two weeks ago. I was trying to be cordial with her, but it’s not working. She’s taking belongings of mine. She trying to pick a fight,” he told the dispatcher. “I’m locking my doors. I’m putting her stuff, all her valuables, outside of my home. I don’t want no fights. I want to call the cops so everything is safe.”
McCoy then went on to explain that he is a public figure and did not want to escalate the situation to a dangerous or violent level.
“Mam, I’m an NFL player,” he said. “I’m an NFL player, mam. I play for the Buffalo Bills, and I don’t want no drama. I just want to get her out of my home safely.”
When the operator said she was sending an officer, McCoy requested several.
“Could you bring more than one?” he asked.
A little over a year after McCoy’s 911 call, Cordon was violently robbed and accused the NFL star of organizing the hit on her. She then changed her tune and said she was unsure if he actually had anything to do with the robbery and that she was moving out of his home.
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