PYT Owner Makes New Allegations Against LeSean McCoy [UPDATED]

Including that McCoy made "derogatory statements about women."

UPDATE: As if this story couldn’t get any sillier, now Charlie Sheen has pledged $1,000 to the dissed PYT server.


We thought that the LeSean McCoy 20-cent tip story would have died down by now, and that we’d all be focusing on some other celebrity mini-scandal. But that is decidedly not the case.

PYT owner Tommy Up, who says he was responsible for posting McCoy’s 20-cent tip receipt to Facebook after the Eagles player left his restaurant, has taken to Facebook again, this time to issue a statement providing new insight into the actions of McCoy and his companions while they were at PYT on Monday afternoon.

Up maintains that McCoy’s table received “excellent” and “impeccable service” but that he and his group “were verbally abusive … in the most insulting ways” to PYT’s staff.

Here’s more from Up’s statement:

The derogatory statements about women and their sheer contempt for the staff serving them wasn’t the end, however. After Mr McCoy and his group left I looked over and saw their server, my friend, with his head bowed down and with a very confused look on his face. I took the receipt out of his hand and I couldn’t believe that anyone could be so callous. Mr McCoy had left a .3% tip for our staff.

Our staff that was beyond excited to see him walk into our burger joint and was excited to serve him. That’s twenty cents on a tab of over $60. Twenty cents that our server has to split with the food runner and the bartender.

Two dimes from an insulting multimillionaire.

Meanwhile, McCoy hasn’t had much to say about the matter, other than to tell Daily News sports reporter Les Bowen that it was “bullshit.” But he apparently didn’t deny leaving the 20-cent tip.

Up declined to elaborate on the specifics of McCoy’s statements at PYT, and an Eagles PR rep said that the team would review the statement and get back to us.