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Bills respond to allegations of domestic abuse against LeSean McCoy

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is denying allegations of domestic abuse, child abuse and animal cruelty made against him on Instagram.

McCoy’s post comes after Instagram user "miamor_i_adore" posted two photos of a woman she claims is McCoy’s girlfriend, Delicia Cordon. The second photo shows a woman who appears to have been severely beaten.

The identity of the person who posted the photos is not known. The person who posted the photos did not respond when asked on Instagram for more information and the post has since been deleted.

However after deleting the tweet and making her account private, the user made her account public again and explained why she has removed the post. "And for the record Delicia's lawyer forced me to remove that post. I stand by what I said. I personally addressed @LeSeanMcCoy 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."

Bills' LeSean McCoy at center of abuse allegations

Cordon's attorney, Tanya Mitchell Graham, declined to comment through a representative at her office.

The Buffalo News is not publishing those photos due to their graphic nature.

McCoy’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, did not responded to requests for comment.

The Bills issued the following statement: “We have spoken to LeSean and have been in contact with the National Football League. We will continue to gather information.” The league said it was reviewing the situation but did not comment further.

Cordon and McCoy have been at odds involving a lawsuit he filed to remove her from a home he owns in Georgia. McCoy filed a lawsuit in June, although court documents indicate the issue has been ongoing for a year. Documents show Cordon has been living rent-free in the home for five months.

The post on Instagram comes on the heels of an alleged assault during a break-in early Tuesday morning after 3 a.m. at what is believed to the be the home. The police identified the street but not the address. McCoy owns a home on the street, according to court records.

In response to a request about McCoy and Cordon, the police issued a statement to The Buffalo News saying there were investigating the home invasion, but did not identity the suspect or the victim.

"The preliminary investigation indicates that this residence was specifically targeted by the suspect or suspects, and not a random incident," Capt. Charles Barstow said in a statement.

"When officers arrived they found one victim who had been physically assaulted by a lone intruder. During the altercation, the suspect demanded specific items from the victim. An adult female victim was treated and released at North Fulton Regional Hospital. A second adult female victim also sustained a minor injury during the incident.

"Milton detectives are continuing their investigation. ... As this is an open and active investigation, there is currently no more information that can be released at this time."

McCoy has been training in Miami based on his social media posts. His attorney said McCoy only travels to Atlanta a few times a year.

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