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Fletcher Cox uses shotgun to protect his girlfriend from ex-boyfriend

Philadelphia Eagles star defensive tackle Fletcher Cox may have to burglarize his adversary’s pocket, but that’s not likewise for himself in terms of his own home…

According to WPVI-TV, a man identified as Corbyn Nyemah showed up to Cox’s home in Mullica Hill, on Wednesday, with the intent of finding his ex-girlfriend, who is now in a relationship with Cox.

Before attempting to enter the home via the garage, Nyemah allegedly threw rocks at the front door and damaged the women’s car. Additionally, he walked around the premises while possessing a baseball bat, security cameras revealed.

According to the station’s report, it took Cox having to arm himself with a shotgun for the potential threat to depart from the property in his SUV.




Fox News stated, “Police tracked down Nyemah and started a pursuit. However, because of ‘erratic driving and identification of the suspect,’ the pursuit ended at Commodore Barry Bridge, the station reported, citing a probable cause affidavit. U.S. Marshals detained Nyemah late last week.”

Also report inclusive, Nyemah’s accusations were admittedly true, however, all he had the intentions of doing was talking to his ex-girlfriend, who he dated for two years, supplementing the “rekindling [of] their relationship.”

Stated in the article by CBS Sports; “In November 2017, the four-time Pro Bowler was sued for ‘alienation of affection’ — or ruining someone else’s marriage — by allegedly having an affair with a North Carolina man’s wife. He settled that lawsuit, with neither side admitting any liability, in August 2018.”

Nyemah’s court appearance is expected later this month.

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