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Morning Show discusses LeSean McCoy incident

Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team
July 11, 2018 - 8:42 am

Police are investigating a home invasion, which took place on Tuesday at a Georgia house owned by Bills running back LeSean McCoy. During the alleged targeted invasion, McCoy's ex-girlfriend was allegedly beaten. 

A friend of the victim made accusations on social media (warning: graphic) that McCoy was responsible for the injuries of his ex-girlfriend. McCoy released a statement denying those allegations. 

Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police president John McNesby discussed the situation on Wednesday's 94WIP Morning Show. 

"It's not surprising," McNesby said. "He was known for this kind of conduct."

McCoy's former teammate Richie Incognito came to his defense on Twitter. 

Later on the 94WIP Morning Show, Philly.com's Marcus Hayes told a story about McCoy during his time in Philadelphia. According to Hayes, McCoy confronted him "in the green room" of the Comcast studios "seven, eight years ago." Hayes said McCoy "threatened to beat me up and called me an m-fer" for a previous article Hayes wrote, which criticized McCoy as a player. 

In 2013, McCoy was accused of assault by a woman on a party bus. And then in 2016, McCoy was accused of playing a role in a bar-fight at the nightclub Recess involving off-duty police officers. Ultimately, McCoy was not charged for this incident by former Philadelphia DA Seth Williams, who was indicted on 23 counts of bribery, extortion, and fraud in March of 2017.