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UPDATE: Evelyn Lozada, Delicia Cordon & More Team Up For TV Show About Surviving Abuse From Athletes

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UPDATE: Evelyn Lozada, Delicia Cordon & More Team Up For TV Show About Surviving Abuse From Athletes

Evelyn Lozada, Delicia Cordon & More Team Up For TV Show About Surviving Abuse From Athletes

The Surviving R. Kelly documentary has inspired a new project. According to TMZ, the women who have unfortunately experienced abuse from athletes are now teaming up together to share their stories.

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So far, Evelyn Lozada, Delicia Cordon, along with Micaela Sanchez are all on board for the TV project about surviving abuse. Producers are still looking for other women to join the show. It was also said that they are currently speaking with TV networks and other digital media outlets in hopes of making a deal.

As previously reported, Evelyn Lozada married NFL player Chad Ochocinco in July of 2012 but filed for divorce 6 weeks later after he headbutted her during a heated argument. Delicia Cordon shared her heartbreaking story last year when she accused NFL player LeSean McCoy of masterminding a violent robbery at her Georgia home. He has denied having any parts of the incident, but we’re sure more details will be shared when or if the show picks up.

UPDATE: Evelyn Lozada says the latest reports about her joining the documentary about surviving abuse are untrue. She also made it clear that she was asked to take part in the project but declined to participate.

Her Rep also shared a statement regarding the reports saying,

“Evelyn’s involvement in the documentary is absolutely FALSE. Producers from Kinetic Content (KC), reached out to us and proposed Evelyn’s possible participation in the upcoming project in early January 2019. After a preliminary discussion with KC, we respectfully declined their request—and have emails to and from KC that support our rejection of the offer.” Her rep added, “Ms. Lozada congratulates Kinetic Content for igniting this important conversation and providing a platform for domestic violence survivors to share their stories.”

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