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Hear LeSean McCoy's Ex's Horrifying 911 Call: 'Please Lord Jesus,' She Pleads

Jul. 12 2018, Updated 9:09 p.m. ET

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LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend plead with "Lord Jesus" to save her during her frantic 911 call obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com after a home invasion that left her face 'demolished.'

In the horrifying audio, Delicia Cordon, who told authorities she believes the NFL star may have had something to do with the attack, the panicked mother describes the attack and says her 16-year-old son is missing.

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"Find my son, find my son," a sobbing Cordon screams over and over again, adding she does not know if he escaped or if the suspect took him.

She told the dispatcher her face had been "demolished" after the intruder stole "a big diamond bracelet" off her wrist.

"Please Lord Jesus, please Lord Jesus," she can be heard pleading during the home invasion at her Georgia residence early Tuesday morning, July 10.

As Radar previously reported, Cordon’s friend posted a photo of her bloodied and swollen face after the attack. She accused McCoy of physically abusing her throughout their relationship.

“The world needs to know what type of animal you really are!” the pal said, posting a graphic photo of a bloody, bruised head believed to belong to Cordon. The post was later deleted.

Shortly after, another post by another alleged friend accused McCoy of “sending dudes in her house to pistol whip and rob her!” The accusations remain still unconfirmed.

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McCoy has since taken to social media to deny all abuse claims.

“For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me today on social media are completely false,” McCoy wrote. “Furthermore, I have not had any direct contact with any of the people involved in months.”

This is not the Buffalo Bills running back's first beating scandal. In September 2016, the NFL player was sued by two off-duty Philadelphia cops after he allegedly attacked them at a bar earlier that year.

The NFL star has been involved in a contentious legal battle against Cordon.

Court documents obtained by Radar reveal that the star tried to have Cordon evicted from his home.

McCoy claimed he was “no longer in a relationship” with Cordon, but had allowed her to “live rent-free” in his home for five months.

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