Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is denying any involvement in the beating and robbery of his ex-girlfriend. 

A gruesome picture of McCoy's ex, Delicia Cordon, was posted on social media showing her bruised and bloodied with injuries sustained during an apparent home invasion robbery that occurred at a property owned by McCoy. The claim is that a male assailant attacked Cordon, pistol whipped her and stole some expensive jewelry.

HOUSTON, TX - FEBRUARY 04: NFL player LeSean McCoy (L) and designer Delicia Cordon arrive at the Thuzio Executive Club and Rosenhaus Sports Representation Party at Clutch Bar during Super Bowl Weekend, on February 4, 2017 in Houston, TX. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Thuzio)

The apparent tie to 'Shady' is that the attacker was seeking specific items of jewelry, all of which were allegedly gifted to the victim by McCoy, as reported by ESPN.

McCoy called the allegation that is involved 'baseless', and went on to say on Twitter that he hasn't had any contact with the parties involved (the victim) for several months - despite the fact that she was apparently still living at a home he owned.

Via ESPN:

The attorneys' statement also alleged that on June 1, when McCoy was participating in practice for the Bills and Cordon was out of town, McCoy directed "his family, friends and laborers" to remove Cordon's furniture from the home in an attempt to evict Cordon. The statement also alleges McCoy changed the house's alarm system and removed security cameras previously accessed by Cordon.

Furthermore, the original Instagram post also accused McCoy of beating his son, his dog and using steroids. That post has since been deleted, again via ESPN:

The unidentified Instagram user posted again Tuesday evening, writing that the victim's lawyer urged her to delete the original post. The user then added, "I stand by what I said. I've personally addressed [McCoy] on everything that was stated many many times over the years. Lie to these people if you want Shady, but you know I know everything."

Police in Georgia are investigating and have not named any suspects.

The NFL said Wednesday that it was reviewing the allegations.