NFL's LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend speaks about violent home invasion

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Delicia Cordon says she's lived in constant fear since she was attacked and robbed at the home of her ex-boyfriend, LeSean McCoy in July.

“I'm going to always be in fear. I'm going to always look over my back. I'm always going to feel like someone is trying to get me and feel like someone is trying to follow me,” Cordon said with tears in her eyes.

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With her attorney, her private investigator and others at her side – including the cousin, Elizabeth Donald, who was with her the night of the attack – Cordon spoke publicly Friday for the first time since the violent July 10th home invasion. She said a man entered the house at 3 a.m., but did not use force to get inside the McCoy’s Milton home.

“A masked man stood on my bed on the top of me, striking me in my face and my head numerous times with a pistol while demanding specific items of jewelry that had been given to me by LeSean McCoy,” said Cordon.

Milton Police investigators issued a statement saying the case remains under investigation — with no identified suspects – Cordon still points the finger at her ex-boyfriend. Cordon’s attorney, Tanya Mitchell Graham, said the attacker made reference to McCoy during the attack, but she would not offer specifics, citing the ongoing Milton Police investigation. 

“To be clear, very clear, I believe that LeSean McCoy was involved the attack,” Cordon said.

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McCoy has denied those claims on social media. He and his attorneys have not responded to FOX 5’s requests for comment and he has reportedly declined to talk to Milton police as well. In the statement issued hours after Cordon’s press conference, Milton police said all of the parties who did give statements gave conflicting statements about what happened that night. They also noted "multiple material inconsistencies."

Meantime Cordon said she's personally offering a $40,000 reward for the suspect’s arrest and to restore her sense of peace.

“I live my life in fear every day not knowing if I'm walking past the man who savagely attacked me. I have panic attacks. I can’t sleep. I can’t,” she said from the Lawrenceville office of her private investigator Robin Martinelli.

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