Elizabeth Donald, a childhood friend of LeSean McCoy's former girlfriend, has dismissed her lawsuit against the Buffalo Bills running back stemming from a July 2018 home invasion at a property McCoy owned near Atlanta, the Associated Press is reporting.
According to the report, lawyers said in a May court filing that they were trying to settle the case. Donald's lawyer filed a document dismissing the case, but provided no additional details.
Donald, who was at the home with Delicia Cordon at the time of the attack, had sued McCoy and his longtime associate Tamarcus Porter, claiming that Porter changed the code for the security system without providing Cordon with access. That left Donald and Cordon unprotected from an attack.
In her suit, Donald alleged she had been struck with a gun.
According to court records, Cordon's lawsuit against McCoy and Porter remains pending after having been moved to federal court.