LeSean McCoy's Ex-Girlfriend Claims He's Behind Brutal Attack That Left Her Unrecognizable

"I wasn't even recognizable," Delicia Cordon told Inside Edition. "When people saw me, they broke down and cried instantly."

Delicia Cordon, the ex-girlfriend of Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy, is opening up about the night she claims she was brutally attacked by an unknown assailant. 

"I wasn't even recognizable," Cordon told Inside Edition. "When people saw me, they broke down and cried instantly."

Cordon has filed a civil lawsuit against McCoy, stating he is responsible for the attack that left her with severe injuries. 

Cordon was living at McCoy's residence outside Atlanta when the home invasion occurred in July.

The pair had dated for two years, but their relationship had turned sour and McCoy had started the process of trying to evict her from his home, claiming in court documents that she had refused to leave.

"Whenever things weren't going his way, he went that route of trying to kick me and my children out of the house," Cordon said.

McCoy was even reportedly overheard saying the night before the attack, "I need to get this b**** out of my house."

Early July 10, the unknown assailant allegedly entered McCoy's home and pistol-whipped Cordon as she was lying in bed. 

"He's hitting me, he's on top of me on my bed and he's demanding jewelry," Cordon said, recalling the terrifying assault. 

One thing appeared odd to her, however.

"He asked for specific jewelry that LeSean had given me," she said.

Asked whether she believes McCoy is behind the attack, Cordon replied, "100 percent."

McCoy has responded to Cordon's lawsuit, denying any involvement in the break-in.

"For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me are completely false," he said in a statement.

But Cordon said she was so affected by the attack that she's having trouble sleeping.

She's offering a $20,000 reward for information regarding the beating.