The ex-girlfriend of Bills running back LeSean McCoy will offer a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of individuals involved in the home invasion at the house she and McCoy shared in July.
Cordon will discuss the details of this reward at a news conference on Friday in Georgia.
According to police, Cordon was attacked during the home invasion outside of Atlanta. Images submitted in court documents show her face severely bruised and swollen.
Cordon has an active lawsuit against McCoy. She argues the running back was involved in planning the July 10 home invasion.
Police reports indicate there was no forced entry into the home.
Stephanie Maisonet, the mother of McCoy's 6-year-old son, submitted an affidavit this week to support Cordon's lawsuit. The affidavit accuses McCoy of being physically aggressive with his son.
McCoy called the allegations in the affidavit "provably false."
McCoy's attorney filed a submission to dismiss Cordon's lawsuit, and to strike claims that he was abusive to his son and dog.