Ordered to Let Ex-GF Back In Home
… With Sheriff
8/14/2018 1:39 PM PDT
Cordon had moved out of the home after she was pistol whipped in a violent robbery on July 10 — and McCoy has since changed the locks, according to court docs.
Cordon argued that she still had valuable pieces of property in the home — including jewelry and photos — but McCoy refused to let her retrieve the items.
But, moments ago, a state court judge in Fulton County signed off on a plan for Cordon to go to the house on August 20 at 2 PM with a deputy sheriff who will supervise while she collects her stuff.
For his part, McCoy is adamant he had nothing to do with the crime.