Attorneys for Delicia Cordon, ex-girlfriend of Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy, announced their client is offering a $20,000 reward for information that will lead to the arrest of the person who broke into her home July 10.
Cordon will hold a press conference Friday. The Law Office of Tanya Mitchell Graham released the following statement on Cordon's behalf:
"A violent assailant remains at large and it is imperative that anyone with knowledge of the home invasion and attack of Ms. Cordon that occurred on July 10, 2018 come forward and provide any information to help apprehend the violent perpetrator who committed these crimes. As such, Ms. Cordon would like to offer a reward of TWENTY THOUSAND AND NO/100 DOLLARS ($20,000) for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who entered her former residence, beat her in her face with a handgun, hit her cousin in the back of the head with a handgun and stole her jewelry."
The attack took place at a residence that McCoy owned and Cordon was living at.
Cordon filed a personal injury lawsuit against McCoy and former Pitt football player Tamarcus Porter in August, stating they are "liable for the assault, battery, and intentional infliction of emotional distress suffered by the plaintiff."
She also previously said McCoy knew of the attack but did not accuse him of being the assailant.
McCoy's attorneys said last week: "There is no alleged link between the assailant and either Mr. McCoy or Mr. Porter," per ESPN's Mike Rodak.
Stephanie Maisonet, the mother of McCoy's 6-year-old son, filed an affidavit Tuesday, stating McCoy asked for her help in carrying out a home invasion where Cordon would be present. Maisonet also said she reported McCoy to child services for physically abusing their son and attached a photo of the child with apparent bruises to his jaw.
McCoy has denied Maisonet's statement and any involvement in the attack against Cordon.
No charges have been filed against McCoy.