Police in Milton, Georgia have released reports today regarding multiple domestic disputes at the home of LeSean McCoy, including one instance where the Buffalo Bills running back accused his girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, of refusing to return borrowed high-end jewelry.

Earlier this week, Cordon was brutally beaten and robbed of said jewelry. According to ESPN, she told police she believes McCoy might have "set her up." You can listen to the audio of her 911 call in the post embedded below.

According to police reports, police were called to McCoy's residence on July 3, 2017 and found him outside the house with a “large mound” of Cordon's clothing and personal items. McCoy told cops that he and Cordon had broken up, and that she was refusing to return jewelry loaned to them by jewelers for events.

"He went on to advise us that jewelers often times loan them high end jewelry items to wear for events. He stated that Cordon had some of these jewelry items and had not returned them."

"He stated that he has asked her multiple times for them but she has not yet returned them."

According to the 2017 police report, McCoy expressed serious concern that Cordon might make false accusations about him. "He stated that he was trying to be very careful about being around her given the climate of domestic abuse in his profession." Ultimately, officers told McCoy he could not kick Cordon out without formal eviction proceedings and that he should have witnesses around for further interactions given his concerns.

Cordon also called cops over a heated argument with McCoy on April 11, and again on June 1, when McCoy's mother came to the home with a crew of people to try to remove property from the house without Cordon's consent.