AUDIO: LeSean McCoy’s Home Invasion’s 911 Call Which Led To Female Beaten Released

Since the initial allegation against LeSean McCoy were released on Instagram, there have been more details as to what lead up to this being released.

After being accused of being the abuser, another friend of the victim stated on Facebook that the Buffalo Bills running back didn’t actually hit his ex-girlfriend, rather he sent “goons” to the residence to rob and beat up his ex-girlfriend.

TMZ has since got a hold of the emergency call from that day and it shows that emergency personnel were dispatched to a Georgia property belonging to LeSean McCoy for a “home invasion”:

“In the audio, obtained by TMZ Sports, the operator sends police and medical personnel to the home around 3:23 AM ET … saying, “It’s gonna be in reference to a female who was assaulted, hit in the head and locked in the bathroom.”

“We do have [police] in route in reference to a home invasion where a phone was taken.”

As we previously reported, the alleged victim is LeSean’s ex-girlfriend, Delicia Cordon. Her friends and family members have gone to social media and accused McCoy of carrying out the attack. “

Here’s the full audio:

McCoy has since denied all allegations, calling them “baseless and offensive.”