NFL Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is being accused of brutally beating his now ex-girlfriend Delicia Cordon.

A friend of Ms. Cordon took to Instragram to express her disgust on the matter while accusing LeSean of being guilty.

“@shadymccoy is THE DEVIL!!! YOU ARE AN ANIMAL!!!!!! We didn’t say anything about how you beat your dog “Henny” into kidney failure. Let’s not talk about all the times my best friend had to stop you from VICIOUSLY beating your son for small things like peeing in the bed. We kept quiet about your drug usage … all the ILLEGAL steroids and needles you were using, but we will not keep quiet about this!!!!!! I can’t believe you did this to my best friend!!!!! YOUR KARMA IS GOING TO BE SO REAL!!!!!! The world needs to know what type of animal you really are!!!!!!! This was just her yesterday on the left and now this morning this is her on the right!!!!#WomanBeater #AnimalAbuser #ChildAbuser,” Mia captioned the graphic photo of Delicia seen as the featured image.

With all the accusations being pointed in his direction, LeSean McCoy posted on his Instagram saying he did not beat Delicia nor is he in contact with any of the people accusing him of doing so.

“For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me today on social media are completely false. Furthermore, I have not had any direct contact with any of the people involved in months,” he wrote in the post.

Tanya Mitchell Graham, a lawyer for Delicia Cordon, who dated and lived with McCoy previously, said in a statement that her client was attacked at 3 a.m. on Tuesday by a male assailant who entered McCoy and Cordon’s Georgia home. The statement said there was no sign of a forced entry and that the assailant demanded specific jewelry items that had been gifted to Cordon by McCoy.

Milton Police Department confirmed that a home invasion was reported on July 10 and that one victim had been physically assaulted by a lone intruder who demanded specific items of jewelry. Officials did not name a suspect and an investigation is ongoing.

McCoy is believed to have left Georgia at the end of May, according to the statement released by the attorney, and was not present at the time of the home invasion. Prior to the incident, McCoy had attempted to evict Cordon from his home and had asked family, friends and movers to help remove her possessions from his home.

Cordon was not at the residence when the removal occurred, but saw it happening on surveillance cameras she had linked to her phone, according to the attorney’s statement. She then called the police and the eviction was halted, the statement said. It added that McCoy “did not personally move any of Ms. Cordon’s furniture or furnishings” but that he “directed others to do so.”

Whether or not he did the assault himself or instructed someone to do so is currently under investigation. LeSean, however, is claiming to be innocent of both accusations.