An attorney for Delicia Cordon, a former girlfriend of Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy who was injured during a home invasion early Tuesday morning, said her client isn't sure whether the NFL player was involved in planning the attack.
On Friday, lawyer Tanya Mitchell Graham told CBS News that Cordon, who alleged McCoy "set me up" on the initial 911 call, is "no longer certain" about his participation in the assault and is making plans to move out of the residence he owns.
Police were called to the Georgia home three times over the past year after McCoy told officers he wanted "high-end jewelry items" from Cordon he'd received on loan from jewelers, per CBS News. He also said he feared she might "make false accusations about him."
Cordon stated on the 911 call that the intruder removed her diamond bracelet and demanded other jewelry.
After graphic photos were posted on social media that alleged McCoy's involvement in the crime, as well as accusations of animal and child abuse and the use of steroids, the Bills running back posted a statement on social media.
"For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me are completely false," McCoy wrote on Twitter. "Furthermore, I have not had any direct contact with any of the people involved in months."
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk noted the Bills and the NFL are both looking into the matter.
So far, nobody has been arrested or criminally charged in connection with the case.