TMZ Sports has bought the video from an individual featuring LeSean McCoy, the Buffalo Bills running back, who was involved in a fight with two off-duty Philadelphia police officers this past weekend. Those two officers were reportedly injured badly in the attack, which was reportedly over a bottle of champagne.
The Philadelphia Police Department are currently investigating the incident. A police source said to TMZ Sports, “We believe the man in the red boxers who gets pulled into the ice bucket is LeSean McCoy.”
In the video in question, there are several men punching each other at Recess Lounge in Old City. From the short video, it appears like McCoy throws at least one punch.
TMZ Sports is also reporting that all the people, who were in the video, were drunk. They’re also reporting that McCoy was also “rowdy.”
TMZ Sports is also reporting that rapper Meek Mill was at the spot when this all went down. The sources, who TMZ Sports is speaking with, insist that they’re interested in speaking with Meek Mill to see if he saw anything, and any other additional witnesses, who would like to come forward to speak about what they may have saw.
This reportedly all started when a champagne bottle was knocked to the ground and busted open.
The two officers, in question, were hospitalized from the fight, according to multiple reports. At first, they said that they both suffered broken ribs; however, those reports have changed.
TMZ Sports is saying they’ve suffered broken bones, broken ribs and “other brutal injuries.”
No arrests have been made at this time. However, McCoy and the other men, which reportedly includes former NFL player Curtis Brinkley and two others, are suspects in the case.
If McCoy is charged, he’ll be facing some serious charges. It’ll also make the Bills make a decision on his future on the team, as this incident has given them a black eye, as well as the NFL.
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