It seems Delicia Cordon is no stranger to eviction courts. The Instagram boutique owner has been evicted from swanky homes in Miami at least twice according to complaints on Ripoffreport.com.
As you know, Cordon is currently squatting in the Milton, Georgia home of Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy, 29.
Last week, an intruder gained access to the home and beat Cordon about the head and face. Her cousin, who was also in the home, initially accused McCoy of the savage beat down.
Coincidentally, Cordon was roughed up on the same day she was due in court to attend an eviction hearing with McCoy.
A judge pushed back the date of the hearing to August 14 -- giving Cordon another month of free room and board in McCoy's home.
Her lawyer now claims Cordon isn't sure McCoy was involved in the home invasion and assault.
According to a loyal reader, Cordon is no stranger to the eviction process.
In 2008 Cordon convinced an unnamed NFL player to put her up in his Miami condo after she got out of a "bad relationship" with another NFL player.
Cordon allegedly moved into the man's apartment and then wrote a string of bad checks to cover her half of the rent.
The complaint author wrote on Ripoffreport.com:
"Delicia Cordon got out of a really bad relationship with another player so my friend said she could rent out his place till she gets back on her feet. She gave a series of of bad checks that the bank could 'not locate the accounts'. Delicia also provided a number of checks with insufficient funds that could not be collected. Cordon also offered money transfers that never took place and faked Fedex mailings that never arrived."
In another Ripoffreport.com complaint dated January 13, 2015, Cordon was nearly evicted from a home in Cumming, Georgia -- not far from McCoy's house.
In the updated complaint, "Mrs. Diaz" warned prospective landlords that Cordon "does not pay on time and has no respect for someone else's property."
Diaz claimed Cordon caused $10,000 worth of property damage when she left the Cumming home without giving a proper notice to vacate.
"Property was left filthy with broken doors, blinds and windows. Hardwood floors and carpets needed to be replaced. Permanent marker on kitchen cabinets. Ms. Cordon turned off all utilities a month prior and surprised the landlord by putting them all in the home owner's name."