Eviction proceedings against Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy’s former girlfriend have been finalized, McCoy’s attorney confirmed Tuesday afternoon.
The announcement came after a session with a mediator to resolve whether Delicia Cordon could stay in a home of his that they shared in Milton, Ga., an Atlanta suburb, or if she would have to leave.
Cordon will be allowed to return there with a sheriff’s deputy next Monday to retrieve personal items, such as Christmas ornaments and toys, Atlanta attorney Michael LaScala told The Buffalo News. She will not remove furniture or jewelry, LaScala said, only “small items.”
The agreement was presented to a judge in the case after Cordon and attorneys for both sides met with a mediator Tuesday afternoon. McCoy did not attend.
The News reached out to Tanya Mitchell Graham, Cordon's attorney, for comment.
The dispute gained national attention after Cordon accused McCoy of allegedly being behind a July 10 home invasion at the house in Milton, during which she was beaten and allegedly robbed of jewelry.
According to court documents, she has since moved out of the house.
Cordon already was embroiled in the eviction fight with McCoy when the alleged home invasion took place.
Her new lawsuit alleged that on June 1, McCoy removed or damaged furniture and personal items during an attempt to evict her. Among the missing items listed in court papers are a $6,296 Chesterfield fabric sofa and an $1,871 oak coffee table. She also said a dining room table, a kitchen table and two chairs were damaged.
According to a police report, Cordon called police after seeing on a livestreamed security video on her cellphone that people were removing items from the house. She was out of town in Virginia. Two police officers arrived at the house and saw several people taking out bags and furniture.
No charges have been filed in connection with the alleged home invasion and McCoy denied the allegations through Twitter.
Cordon's lawsuit, filed last week, alleged damages from the home invasion.