LeSean McCoy being sued for assault

by Paul Raymond | Posted on Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

Sounds like Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy is living up to his Shady nickname. He’s been making news for his Seinfeld references about his loss to Michael Vick in a foot race but that’s not the reason. TMZ is reporting that McCoy is being sued by a female from a party bus trip he hosted.

NFL superstar LeSean McCoy has been sued by a woman who claims the running back humiliated her on a party bus — sprayed her with a beverage — and then booted her from the ride on the side of the Jersey Turnpike.

According to the lawsuit filed by a woman using the alias “Mary Roe” … the Philadelphia Eagles RB had invited 15 women to join him on a party bus that went from Philly to a NYC nightclub on December 18, 2012. (TMZ)

It sounds like the boys were having some good ole fun on the bus with a bunch of girls they thought would be freaks. This “Mary Roe” must not have been one of those girls and decided to protest. What ensued after sounds like a bunch of drunk guys who just couldn’t take no. BUT that’s her side of the story who knows what’s actually true.

Roe is now suing for more than $50,000 in damages for assault and battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, false imprisonment and negligence. Roe says she suffered head trauma, a disc protrusion on her spine, bad sprains, contusions and bruises all over her body, and severe shock.(TMZ)

Who knows what comes of this but is LeSean’s nickname of Shady belong off the field now too?

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