Delicia Cordon
Photo: WSB-TV
Photo: WSB-TV

Report: LeSean McCoy’s ex-girlfriend starting TV show on surviving abuse 

The woman accusing Buffalo Bills running back of arranging her July 2018 beating in his north Fulton County home is starting a television show about surviving abuse, according to TMZ.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reached out to Delicia Cordon’s attorney, Tanya Mitchell Graham, on Monday but her office declined to comment.

Cordon, a designer and model, sued LeSean McCoy in August, claiming he is “liable” for her injuries. McCoy has consistently denied the allegations, saying he was in Miami at the time.


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From February 2017: NFL player LeSean McCoy, left, and designer Delicia Cordon at an event during the 2017 Super Bowl weekend. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Thuzio)

Milton police have been mum about the investigation since early fall.

As for the possible show, TMZ reported that Josie Harris, whom boxer Floyd Mayweather admitted he beat in 2010, is a part of the new project, which doesn’t seem to have landed at a network or platform.

TMZ added that producers are still looking for more women to add to the series, which they said was in part inspired by the “Surviving R. Kelly” program.

That six-part Lifetime documentary premiered in early 2019 and stoked the ongoing accusations of the Grammy award-winning R&B singer R. Kelly, whose full name is Robert Sylvester Kelly. He allegedly has run a sex cult at his homes in two cities, one of which is Johns Creek.


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Delicia Cordon, the ex-girlfriend of Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy, says she’s certain the NFL star was involved in the July 10 home invasion in which an unknown attacker left her bloodied and beaten.

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