The attorney representing the ex-girlfriend of Buffalo Bills running back Lesean McCoy says neither she, nor her client, said McCoy was directly involved in a home invasion in Georgia.
That's according to Mike Rodak, a reporter who covers the Buffalo Bills for ESPN.
A picture posted on Instagram of McCoy's ex, Delicia Cordon, shows her face with cuts and abrasions. A person claiming to be a friend of Cordon's posted the image, along with accusations that McCoy abused Cordon.
McCoy was in the process of evicting Cordon from the home.
Rodak reports that Cordon's Attorney, Tanya Mitchell Graham, told him they are not backtracking their story and that her client suspects McCoy had something to do with the home invasion, but that she is not directly blaming McCoy.
McCoy responded to those accusations on his social media accounts and has hired an attorney: "For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me today on social media are completely false. Further more, I have not had any direct contact with any of the people involved in months."
The Buffalo Bills says they have spoken to McCoy and are investigating the situation.