LeSean McCoy accused of sicking his bodyguard “Big John” on a woman

According to TMZ.com, LeSean McCoy is being accused of the following:

  • A little before Christmas, McCoy, 15 women, a bodyguard and some other guys got a party bus and headed up to NYC from Philly.
  • The women were sprayed with water.
  • One of them didn’t like it.
  • McCoy ordered his bodyguard, a gentleman by the name of “Big John,” to “get her.”
  • Somebody (either “Big John” or McCoy) hit her in the face, and she went down.
  • While on the ground, they held her down and poured more liquids on her.
  • They then kicked her off the bus somewhere in the middle of the NJ Turnpike. (The NJ Turnpike, in case you’re unfamiliar, has a lot of distance in between each exit). When some of the other women complained they went back and got her, and dropped her off at the next rest stop.


Update: McCoy is denying the charges.


  1. D R Macelli says:

    If this had been Dez Bryant there would have already been a public crucifixion and people demanding that Jones and Garrett cut him now.

  2. skinsaholic says:

    This women seems shady…

  3. Brett says:

    What a scumbag. Stay classy, Shady.

  4. Horatius says:

    In instances like these, I’d rather believe the woman. It’s way more likely that her story is closer to the truth.

  5. Dez Bryant's Probation Officer says:

    It wouldn’t be the first time Shady abused someone within walking distance of the New Jersey Turnpike.

  6. PHILLYRICK says:

    I think this is pretty concerning. If it is true that the woman was left outside on the Jersey turnpike, that is probably a crime. It was the middle of winter, and there are many many miles between exits on the Jersey turnpike. Even if he came back and got her, it is still reckless endangerment. If she had died (like she was drunk, and passed out, and died of hypothermia keep in mind she was wet), it would have been murder. Also even if she attacked him there is still really no justification for abandoning her on the side of the road in the middle of winter. There is no indication she was armed to any degree. If they truly thought she was a danger they at the very least had the obligation to call the police.

    Someone is getting in trouble for this if she can prove that they kicked her out of the bus, whether it’s the bus driver, the body guard, McCoy or someone else on that bus. It’s just really not reasonable to do that to a person.

    1. brisulph says:

      It would be negligent manslaughter, if anything. That said, I highly doubt ANYTHING comes of this, as it sounds a bit dodgy, particularly given the gap between when it happened and the current day.

  7. Bob says:

    Meh. Not at all sure I believe a word of this. McCoy seemed like a decent guy from what little personal stuff I’ve heard about him in the past; any Eagles fans have any more insight into his character?

    1. Brian says:

      You didn’t see this? It was pretty much everywhere a couple months ago.


      I’m still not sure if he has malicious intents or he’s just really friggin stupid (and I have heard that he’s really not a smart guy in general).

  8. NYG_Slater says:

    we’ll probably never get the full story, both parties will likely embellish the details, but regardless, shady is putting himself in situations where he is in danger of being labeled (right, or wrong) by outsiders as a woman abuser…So far we have the twitter war and this incident. One more incident would be really bad.

    1. mjoedgaard says:

      “woman abuser”

      I think that is taking it to a whole other level. His tweeter war was over money, nothing more and this? Do you call that abusement (the chance is high that she is over dramatizing the event.)

      1. NYG_Slater says:

        not physical, no.

        But calling the mother of your child a dirty alley girl, and telling your 150k+ followers to harass and call her a bum….yea that is verbal and emotional abuse. Its never justified, even considering the circumstances.

        Now if these allegations are true, in light of his previous tweets, he’s in danger of having his conduct towards women being perceived as a trend. Like i said in my previous post, one more incident would be really bad for him.

  9. CasanovaWong says:

    The less we treat TMZ as a credible news source the better.

  10. SilentNorm says:

    I believe they held down John Malkovich on the bus. After 15 minutes, the woman was thrown to the side of the NJ turnpike. I can see John suing but not the woman.

  11. my name is says:

    Felix Jones some doo doo .

  12. TylerD says:

    McCoy sounds like a gentleman, he did go back and pick her up what more do they want from the guy.

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  14. LeSean's Parole Officer says:

    And i’m here!

      1. TJ says:

        I heard this happened in December. Insert Dez Bryant’s name and imagine th ESPN firestorm.

        1. ATG says:

          I think you are right. Especially because I don’t think Shady would have gone back to pick Bryant up.

          1. gotpong says:

            I lol’ed

  15. bucks101989 says:

    you think this will make first take or any other espn show tomorow? Haha no chance! They have to make sure they throw out another over blown story about tony romo, jerry jones and their daily tebow.. Mccoy or his bodygurad beats the hell outta a woman and nothing, dez bryant gets thrown outta a mall.. and there is 3 days of analysis.. LOl gotta love espn

    1. Nothing? Are you serious? It broke less than an hour ago.

      1. bucks101989 says:

        idk freakin titus young finally made it to the show today for his antics lol so we shall see.. im still betting on no haha

        1. LeSean's Parole Officer says:

          Stop watching that crap!

        2. mgrisez says:

          which arrest? dude is a loser no need to report on him

  16. Dan in Philly says:

    No police report, just a lady suing for $50,000?

    1. GainesvilleIgglesFan says:

      The fact that the police report apparently showed no physical injuries, plus the fact that this happened so long ago makes me think that Shady’s lawyers were stonewalling this girl and her attorneys in settlement conferences. Thus, the media hype tactic to try and get a decent settlement out of LeSean’s desire for her to publicly withdraw her accusations.

      Source: law student specializing in litigation. This shit is standard tactical manipulation of the negotiating process.

      That being said, Shady should have never put himself in this position. Let the girl off at the next train station if she stops wanting to party.

  17. Invictus XI says:

    “While on the ground, they held her down and poured more liquids on her.”

    Depending on what the liquids were, this could go from bad to really bad.

    1. No proof of anything. Yea I’ll gladly call bs early in this case.

      1. TJ says:


        1. Gladly in this case. Zero proof of anything. I’m not gonna start dumping on McCoy b/c of allegations that appear to have no basis in reality.

  18. HogHunter says:

    Rut roh!

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