LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend breaks her silence a month after the violent invasion of her home

LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend broke her silence on Friday by thanking everyone for their support after they defeated her during an invasion last month

The ex-girlfriend of NFL star LeSean McCoy broke her silence about a violent invasion of her home last month that left her bloodied and bruised.

Delicia Cordon, who accused her ex of having played a role in the Atlanta robbery, posted a long message on Instagram on Friday thanking people for their support and saying she wants justice done.

"I want to take a moment to express my sincere gratitude to each one of you who prayed for me during the last month," he wrote.

"All the messages, text messages, calls and positive direct messages meant a lot to me! Thanks to all those who sent flowers (even strangers), thoughtful gifts and encouraging words, as well as those of you who even lost some brain cells arguing in My defense with the most ignorant people in history Believe me, I know how frustrating that can be.

LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend broke her silence on Friday by thanking everyone for their support after they defeated her during an invasion last month

LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend broke her silence on Friday by thanking everyone for their support after they defeated her during an invasion last month

@miamor_i_adore published two images of Cordon, one in which he looks unharmed and another in which he is unconscious with his face covered in dried blood and bruises after the attack.

@miamor_i_adore published two images of Cordon, one in which he looks unharmed and another in which he is unconscious with his face covered in dried blood and bruises after the attack.

@miamor_i_adore published two images of Cordon, one in which he looks unharmed and another in which he is unconscious with his face covered in dried blood and bruises after the attack.

Delicia Cordon said she was hit with a pistol, stolen, beaten on the head and locked in a bathroom when an intruder broke into her home in Georgia (pictured) while sleeping on July 10.

Delicia Cordon said she was hit with a pistol, stolen, beaten on the head and locked in a bathroom when an intruder broke into her home in Georgia (pictured) while sleeping on July 10.

Delicia Cordon said she was hit with a pistol, stolen, beaten on the head and locked in a bathroom when an intruder broke into her home in Georgia (pictured) while sleeping on July 10.

Cordon said he is physically healing, but mentally it is still a battle.

I'm not going to question God, and I'm a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. Thanks to my amazing support system, because God only knows where I would be without them, "he said." Continuing prayers are very necessary because, I, one of God's most TOUGHEST soldiers, is fighting for justice. , Because NO ONE deserves what my cousin and I have endured! Love everything! & # 39;

Cordon said previously that the gun was whipped, stolen, beaten on the head and locked in a bathroom when an intruder burst into it and into McCoy's house in Georgia while sleeping on July 10.

Cordon was traumatized and "very, very scared" by the attack.

Cordon told a 911 operator that she believed McCoy could have "lifted" the attack because he had previously asked her to return jewelry after their separation. The Buffalo Bills broker has also tried to get Gordon out of the house since June, according to records.

McCoy, 29, previously sued Cordon in an effort to force her to move out of a home she owns, according to TMZ.

Cordon's attorney, Tanya Mitchell Graham, clarified her comments by telling ESPN that Cordon believes his former player played a role in the invasion and theft but did not directly accuse him of that.

The two Cartier bracelets that were stolen were delivered by McCoy, along with several other pieces, in 2016 for his birthday (pictured)

The two Cartier bracelets that were stolen were delivered by McCoy, along with several other pieces, in 2016 for his birthday (pictured)

The two Cartier bracelets that were stolen were delivered by McCoy, along with several other pieces, in 2016 for his birthday (pictured)

Cordon had published on the jewels in a video on his Instagram

Cordon had published on the jewels in a video on his Instagram

The other pieces were in a safe when the intruders broke

The other pieces were in a safe when the intruders broke

Cordon had published about the jewels in a video on his Instagram. The other pieces were in a safe when the intruders broke

LeSeanMcCoy and Delicia Crodon

LeSeanMcCoy and Delicia Crodon

LeSean McCoy

LeSean McCoy

Cordon told a 911 dispatcher on the night of the attack that she believes McCoy (in the photo on the right and left in a 2017 event) organized it

He also said that the two Cartier bracelets that were removed from the house are the same pieces that McCoy wanted Cordon to return to him. McCoy had given him the bracelets, which begin at the bottom around $ 4,000, to Cordon as a birthday present in 2016.

Graham told DailyMail.com: "The assailant demanded specific items of jewelry that had previously been given to Ms. Cordon by Mr. McCoy, which Mr. McCoy had requested repeatedly.

"In fact, after Cordon refused to return his jewelry gifts to Mr. McCoy, he used to suggest to Ms. Cordon that it could be stolen because the jewelry was expensive."

The lawyer said the thief challenged Cordon as to where he kept other jewelry that he exhibited on social media.

"When she told this person," Hey, I do not have it, it's in a safe deposit box. "He accepted that," I'm not sure what kind of thief would accept that, "Graham told CBS News.

Graham said it was also suspicious that the intruder did not seem to have to force his entry, and that McCoy had changed the security system of the house a month before the attack, without giving Cordon a code to arm it.

Graham said that although Cordon had not feared her ex before, the experience had left her "on edge" and "very scared."

"Cordon" absolutely believes that Mr. McCoy had something to do with this, "Graham added.

McCoy has struck back at the claims he called "totally unfounded."

He added that "he has not had any direct contact with any of the people involved in months."

The audio of Cordon's 911 call has been released since the night of the break. When the operator asked if anyone needed medical attention, Cordon said, "Yes … my face is shattered right now."

The fashion designer explained on the audio call: "They made me go up to the bathroom … then I closed the door and they left."

"I think it has something to do with my ex-boyfriend," cried Cordon on the call.

McCoy (number 25, photographed at a football game on August 9) said his team backs him "110 percent" and that he did not participate in the home invasion

McCoy (number 25, photographed at a football game on August 9) said his team backs him "110 percent" and that he did not participate in the home invasion

McCoy (number 25, photographed at a football game on August 9) said his team backs him "110 percent" and that he did not participate in the home invasion

LeSean McCoy denied the accusations on Instagram and called the claims "totally unfounded"

LeSean McCoy denied the accusations on Instagram and called the claims "totally unfounded"

LeSean McCoy denied the accusations on Instagram and called the claims "totally unfounded"

The anguished mother of two children became worried when the emergency agents arrived and told the dispatcher that she worried that her ex could see her on surveillance cameras outside the house because she has remote access to them.

"My boyfriend, I feel like he did this, he prepared me, he's going to see the cameras outside," he said, adding that they were both in the middle of a nasty division and that he wanted to get his jewelry back.

In the days after the attack, it has been discovered that the police received three calls in the last year to the 6,000 square foot home of the NFL player in Alpharetta, Georgia.

The first police report was made after an incident in July 2017, when two police officers were sent to the house in connection with a "domestic dispute".

In the second incident, which occurred in April of this year, Cordon called 911, but told the police when they arrived that she and McCoy had resolved everything. He said that they had had a discussion about the furniture that McCoy was moving out of the house and that he wanted to keep.

In a third incident that occurred last month, Cordon was in Virginia, but he was monitoring the Atlanta home with a remote security camera.

She called the police when she saw McCoy's mother in the house removing the items. McCoy's mother told the officers that her son had asked her to go home to look for her belongings so she would not have to deal with her ex.

LeSean McCoy and Delicia Cordon

LeSean McCoy and Delicia Cordon

LeSean McCoy

LeSean McCoy

The NFL said the incident was investigated, but that McCoy's status on the team has not changed

The police intervened saying that any & # 39; communal property & # 39; it could not be eliminated and that the couple would have to go to court to divide the articles.

After that incident, McCoy removed the old cameras from the house and canceled the security service without notifying Cordon.

McCoy is currently entering the fourth year of an agreement for five years and $ 40 million, of which $ 18,250,000 are guaranteed.

Kim Pegula, the owner of the Bills, told The Athletic on Tuesday that she was "surprised that we really have not heard anything else (from the researchers) about the case."

The police have not yet named any suspects in the invasion of the home. The NFL said last month that the incident was under review, but that McCoy's status with the Bills had not changed.

McCoy, who said his team supports him with a "110 percent", wore uniform on Thursday for the Bills game against the Carolina Panthers, but did not play.

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