NFL Running Back LeSean McCoy Accused Of Human And Animal Abuse

The football star alledgedly beat his dog 'into kidney failure' and assaulted a woman and child
The athlete says the accusations are 'totally baseless' (Photo: Instagram)

LeSean McCoy - the NFL running back who was accused this week of abusing a woman, child, and dog - has taken to Instagram to deny the allegations laid against him.

Domestic assault

Delicia Cordon, an ex-partner of McCoy's who resided in his Atlanta home, was reportedly attacked by an as yet unknown individual on the property in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Later, a photo was posted to Instagram, showing an apparently battered woman who user 'miamor_i_adore' claimed was Cordon, captioned with the slew of aforementioned allegations against him.

The Instagram user has since made a post claiming that the photo was removed at the request of Cordon's lawyer, and that they have been personally in contact with McCoy about his alleged wrong doings.

The post also accused McCoy of using performance-enhancing drugs (Photo: Instagram)

Child and animal abuse

'Miamor_i_adore' also cited times McCoy 'viciously beat' his son 'for small things like peeing in the bed' – and said that McCoy beat his dog Henny 'into kidney failure'.

The writer added: "The world needs to know what type of animal you really are!"


McCoy's statement on the matter, shared to Instagram, read: "For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me today on social media are completely false.

"Furthermore, I have not had any direct contact with any of the people involved in months."

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