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1 hour ago, 1BackInBlackFan said:

 

Sorry LeSean, didn't mean to implicate you in a horrible crime and drag your name through the mud on social media.  I'll just continue to ignore your eviction process and keep living at your house.  We cool?

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10 hours ago, Superman(DH23) said:

Shes an exgf who has been living in his house rent free and refused to leave.  If you know anything about rental law, then you know that actually getting out a squatter is a long, time consuming process.  The #1 reason being there is no lease to fall back on.  

She is not a squatter. Read the incident report from July 3, 2017. The incident report reads, "McCoy was advised that he can't kick [the victim] out of the house tonight and that there is an eviction process. McCoy stated that he had started working on the eviction process and that he now understands the process." That means she's not a squatter. She's a tenant with the full protections afforded any tenant under Georgia law. 

Also, the same incident report states that the Milton police ordered McCoy's family to unload a truck containing furnishings from the property when McCoy's family entered the property when the victim was out of state. That order from the police, which McCoy's family ultimately obeyed, was given precisely because the victim was not a squatter, but a tenant subject to eviction proceedings. Any extra-judicial removal of joint property (or efforts to remove her from the property) are, at best, wildly inappropriate, or, at worst, illegal.

Not that it matters (see page 19 of the Landlord Tenant Handbook: "A tenant who occupies rental property with the landlord's consent and makes rent payments without a written lease is a "tenant-at-will. Georgia landlord tenant laws, including eviction laws and security deposits laws, still apply"), but where has it been reported that no lease exists between the victim and McCoy?

https://deadspin.com/audio-delicia-cordon-told-911-dispatcher-she-believed-1827554084

http://www.consumer.ga.gov/uploads/pdf/GA_Landlord_Tenant_Handbook_2017.pdf

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2 hours ago, RuskieTitan said:

Yeah but isn't it better to already pronounce him guilty in the court of public opinion?

This overall situation is going to be messy, regardless of the ultimate outcome.

Wow well this got out of hand quickly. She changed her tune that fast huh? So all that PED and other crap just act like it didnt happen? Shady got a short deal if true 

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1 hour ago, seminoles1 said:

Sorry LeSean, didn't mean to implicate you in a horrible crime and drag your name through the mud on social media.  I'll just continue to ignore your eviction process and keep living at your house.  We cool?

Sounds about right

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3 hours ago, JaguarCrazy2832 said:

Wow well this got out of hand quickly. She changed her tune that fast huh? So all that PED and other crap just act like it didnt happen? Shady got a short deal if true 

No one cares about the PED part. I would say more pro athletes take PEDs then those who don't. Just highly undetectable these days. And you can get a legal prescription for testosterone for "anti aging" in Tampa Florida. Why do you think WWE's second headquarters is there. 

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I haven’t fully been keeping up with the story: did she come out and accuse him of anything, or is this all still about the IG post from a friend & dispatch conversation? 

 

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1 hour ago, BayRaider said:

No one cares about the PED part. I would say more pro athletes take PEDs then those who don't. Just highly undetectable these days. And you can get a legal prescription for testosterone for "anti aging" in Tampa Florida. Why do you think WWE's second headquarters is there. 

What I'm saying is, if she now doesnt think he was involved then everything her friend said about PEDs and all the other crap sounds fake

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17 hours ago, Yin-Yang said:

I haven’t fully been keeping up with the story: did she come out and accuse him of anything, or is this all still about the IG post from a friend & dispatch conversation? 

 

As far as I know it's still just her friends tweet and police reports. Lots of rumors and speculation though.

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On 7/13/2018 at 2:26 PM, RuskieTitan said:

Yeah but isn't it better to already pronounce him guilty in the court of public opinion?

This overall situation is going to be messy, regardless of the ultimate outcome.

No kidding. 

He's still gonna be penalized by the NFL because they gotta protect that precious shield. Just ask Reuben Foster.

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23 hours ago, 808sinfour4time said:

She is not a squatter. Read the incident report from July 3, 2017. The incident report reads, "McCoy was advised that he can't kick [the victim] out of the house tonight and that there is an eviction process. McCoy stated that he had started working on the eviction process and that he now understands the process." That means she's not a squatter. She's a tenant with the full protections afforded any tenant under Georgia law. 

Also, the same incident report states that the Milton police ordered McCoy's family to unload a truck containing furnishings from the property when McCoy's family entered the property when the victim was out of state. That order from the police, which McCoy's family ultimately obeyed, was given precisely because the victim was not a squatter, but a tenant subject to eviction proceedings. Any extra-judicial removal of joint property (or efforts to remove her from the property) are, at best, wildly inappropriate, or, at worst, illegal.

Not that it matters (see page 19 of the Landlord Tenant Handbook: "A tenant who occupies rental property with the landlord's consent and makes rent payments without a written lease is a "tenant-at-will. Georgia landlord tenant laws, including eviction laws and security deposits laws, still apply"), but where has it been reported that no lease exists between the victim and McCoy?

https://deadspin.com/audio-delicia-cordon-told-911-dispatcher-she-believed-1827554084

http://www.consumer.ga.gov/uploads/pdf/GA_Landlord_Tenant_Handbook_2017.pdf

what has been widely reported and youve either ignored or havent looked into nearly close enough is she wasnt paying anything.  not versed enough on the legal stuff but not sure how that woukd efgect any possible tenant relationship. 

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25 minutes ago, GSUeagles14 said:

what has been widely reported and youve either ignored or havent looked into nearly close enough is she wasnt paying anything.  not versed enough on the legal stuff but not sure how that woukd efgect any possible tenant relationship. 

My suspicion is that it doesn't matter legally because she probably became "a tenant"  of the property under Georgia law even before her relationship with McCoy ended. If that's the case, then the only thing that can legally change her status as a tenant is an eviction. Failure to pay agreed upon rent would obviously be important evidence during eviction proceedings, but we have no idea what McCoy asked of her in exchange for staying at the property until he sold the place. The June 1, 2018 Milton P.D. incident report suggests that McCoy told the victim "she could stay in the house until it was sold because she had two small children..."  That's her statement. We have no idea whether it's true. But we have no idea whether it's false either. And we also have no idea whether, if it is true, McCoy expected rent from her. It's easy enough to imagine a somewhat civil break-up where McCoy tells the victim she can stay in the property rent free until he sells the place, but then he later regrets it because the break-up gets ugly. But those facts might have created an oral contract pursuant to which she owes him no rent. We don't know.

I said in an earlier post that if the victim isn't paying rent (and it's clear McCoy expected rent from her), then that could initially color the way law enforcement considers both her and the veracity of her testimony. It won't mean they disregard it entirely or that they would view her one dimensionally as a liar, but it does matter. But it'll matter less if her initial testimony is confirmed by further investigation. And it doesn't (yet?) make her "a squatter" under Georgia law. She will only be "a squatter" if, upon completion of eviction proceedings with judgment in McCoy's favor, she then refuses to vacate the property.

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8 hours ago, KManX89 said:

No kidding. 

He's still gonna be penalized by the NFL because they gotta protect that precious shield. Just ask Reuben Foster.

Well if we're being real here, Foster also had a pot possession charge (though that was dismissed due to entering a pretrial diversion program, the NFL still has evidence that he was in possession of pot and that's against their drug policy), and he had a felony weapons charge that was later reduced to a misdemeanor (somehow).  If anything, he got off pretty easy with 2 games

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On 7/13/2018 at 4:59 AM, Superman(DH23) said:

Shes an exgf who has been living in his house rent free and refused to leave.  If you know anything about rental law, then you know that actually getting out a squatter is a long, time consuming process.  The #1 reason being there is no lease to fall back on.  

That’s not what a squatter is. A squatter, generally, is someone who never had legal authority to occupy the premises. Someone who validly occupies the premises without a lease and then stays beyond the permissible period is not a squatter. Most states have presumptive leases that kick into effect when this sort of thing arises (usually it defaults to a month to month lease). It’s ridiculously common.

Squatters tend to try to claim an actual ownership interest in the property. Clearing title is a time consuming process. Evicting someone who has overstayed their lease typically isn’t. In a lot of places, you post a three day notice to vacate, then set a restitution hearing as soon as possible. Assuming the restitution of premises is granted, there is usually a short period of time that the sheriff’s office has to forceably evict someone (often ~10 days). Following that, the property owner can seek any relevant damages in the normal course. [times and procedures may vary slightly depending on jurisdiction]

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8 hours ago, GSUeagles14 said:

what has been widely reported and youve either ignored or havent looked into nearly close enough is she wasnt paying anything.  not versed enough on the legal stuff but not sure how that woukd efgect any possible tenant relationship. 

It can be relevant but is not necessarily determinative. Almost assuredly the process for eviction would still be the same.

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