LeSean McCoy Denies Abuse Allegations

On Tuesday morning, the friend of LeSean McCoy‘s ex-girlfriend took to Instagram to make a series of disturbing accusations against the Bills running back. The post included a picture of McCoy’s girlfriend with her face bloodied and accused McCoy of abusing her and his dog, as well as using “steroids.” Soon after, McCoy denied the allegations raised against him. 

For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me today on social media are completely false. Futhermore, I have not had any direct contact with any of the people involved in months,” McCoy wrote (Twitter link).

For their part, the Bills say they are aware of the allegations and are looking into the matter.

McCoy, who turns 30 on Thursday, has been among the league’s top rushers for the last eight seasons. He has six 1,000-yard rushing seasons to his credit, including his 2017 effort in which he tallied 1,138 yards and averaged 4.0 yards per carry.

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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24 comments on “LeSean McCoy Denies Abuse Allegations

  1. acarneglia

    Anybody else find it convenient that the allegations against McCoy coincide with the NFLPA filing a grievance over the new anthem policy? Seems like a cover up to me by the NFLPA with McCoy being one of their biggest names against the anthem policy.

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    • hi_guys

      Am I dumb or why does this not make sense. Doesn’t the NFLPA want the public to know that they are against the NFL policy? Why cover up anything?

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      • acarneglia

        I’m saying that they are using the anthem policy things happening at the same time as the McCoy thing as a distraction of the allegations

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            • acarneglia

              I’m saying the NFLPA knew about the allegations against LM before they became public and tried to divert everyone’s attention by filing their grievance over the anthem almost simultaneously

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              • Polish Hammer

                It seems everyday one of these idiot players is in the news for something stupid/illegal, so I don’t buy that they chose this one to distract from. Especially when you’re talking about the anthem issue which they were going to run with regardless.

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    • ziggy13

      no because that’s completely idiotic. For starters, the NFLPA is more concerned with ensuring it’s doing best for all its members than trying to “cover up” for one member. Also, McCoy wasn’t one of the guys actively protesting during the anthem. He even said he didn’t think Buffalo should sign Kap because it would be a distraction. But yeah, keep believing your conspiracy theories

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  2. slim7180

    If he did abuse his ex-girlfriend, which I’m not saying he did, that would be pretty “shady”!

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  3. itslonelyatthetrop

    Oh, joy… more scandal in the off-season. Can we roll the punishments of Ray Rice, Michael Vick, and Adrian Peterson all into one and apply it to McCoy? Or just divide by 3 and give him the aggregate?

    Spin the NFL’s Wheel of Discipline!

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    • “Rolling all 3 punishments into one” would be the aggregate. You can’t divide something to get an aggregate….

      ag·gre·gate
      noun
      noun: aggregate; plural noun: aggregates
      ˈaɡriɡət/

      1.
      a whole formed by combining several (typically disparate) elements.
      “the council was an aggregate of three regional assemblies”

      not trolling…just being a smart@zz

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  4. Clark K

    This boy literally saw what Vick, AP, and Rice did and said hold my beer. If these allegations are true, and there’s no reason to believe they aren’t he needs to be put in prison for life so he can’t hurt anyone again

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  5. MN Snowbird

    Prison for Life? I think not! Suspension from football for ?? games would be fair, if found guilty. Football, and the competition it provides, is all these athletes know and suspensions, along with withdrawn paychecks hurts them the most. Suspension from NFL…Jail time from the courts. But, the NFL needs to be consistent….just saying!

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  6. biggtank2

    They’re allegations from someone who went on social media not to the police but social media where you conveniently get a person tried in the court of public opinion if these allegations is true he should punished not life in prison like the clown said in another Comment but if they’re not true the person who posted it instead of going to the police should be punished….

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    • colonelangus

      Certainly agree…if true, how does the girlfriend and her friend sit by and watch mccoy beat his dog and son but not speak up until the girlfriend is beat? They should both be punished for that alone along with mccoy getting punished for his crimes…but it all seems fishy…i’ll assume he’s innocent until proven guilty.

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      • SuperSinker

        It seems you have little experience living with someone who is abusive. If he would damage a dog that way, imagine what he would do to you if he found out you were telling people.

        These situations are never this simple.

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    • ziggy13

      I mean this is the dude who has also been accused of assaulting a woman and throwing her off a party bus (that was filled with other women) and tried to throw a party once with RSVP requirements included being a female over 21, including a picture of themselves, and signing a non disclosure agreement. So not too hard to believe he would have little respect for women

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      • Polish Hammer

        He’s garbage and has a history of looking like an immature punk on social media. He was good between the lines and a clown outside, so. glad Philly cut ties with him. He’s been in the league so many years yet still acting like a teenager.

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  7. slick26

    Just gna leave this here…

    “Police: LeSean McCoy’s Ex-Girlfriend Was The Victim Of A Targeted Home Invasion” via DeadSpin

    Wait for the facts before ur foot gets too far into ur mouth

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  8. afsooner02

    Money will exchange hands and that will be the last of this

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  9. MN Snowbird

    Totally agree with money changing hands! Low Life Lawyers will benefit and they will continue to roam for bucks from Schmucks!

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    • Vedder80

      The lawyers are the lowlifes? Not the guy that beat his girlfriend, dog and child? Or if he didn’t, the woman who went on social media to accuse him of it to get paid? Yeah. It’s definitely the lawyers who are the lowlifes for doing their jobs.

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      • Polish Hammer

        And this is the kind of person McCoy is as well as what kind of people he gets down with – either he did it and is garbage or he didn’t and the trash he rolls with are quick to make such news public.

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