The woman who claims Eagles running back LeSean McCoy assaulted her on a party bus in December had no visible injuries when she met with cops on the night of the incident, cops tell our sources.
New Jersey State Police Sergeant Brian Polite tells us … officers did meet with a woman at a rest stop near the Jersey Turnpike on December 19, who claimed she had an altercation with a male on a party bus.
Sgt. Polite tells us … during the initial meeting with the accuser, she never named McCoy as her attacker.
As we previously reported, the accuser — using the alias “Mary Roe” — filed a lawsuit against McCoy claiming she suffered major injuries to her head and back — and bruises all over her body — after McCoy and/or his bodyguard roughed her up and kicked her off the bus on December 19, 2012.
In her suit, Roe claims she got the boot because she resisted when McCoy tried to spray her with water while on the bus, which was heading back to Philly from an NYC nightclub.
But Sgt. Polite says … when cops met with the accuser in the wake of the alleged incident, they did not observe ANY visible marks or injuries on her body.
Cops say the incident is still under investigation.