​The offseason drama that surrounded Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy appeared to be done. However, it looks to be far from over now.

According to TMZ, McCoy's ex-girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, is suing him for $10 million in damage suffered during the July 10 home invasion at her Georgia home. Cordon's friend, Elizabeth Donald, is also suing McCoy for $3.5 million.

​​Cordon has been in the spotlight ever since the home invasion, in which her friends and family posted graphic photos of her face after the home invasion. They then called McCoy's character into question, saying he would beat Cordon, ​his young son, and the couple's dog.

As for Donald, she claims she was pistol whipped by the masked robber. She also expressed the mental and emotional distress she has suffered since the incident. Both Cordon and Donald ​believe McCoy was the one who called​ the thieves to the home, and that he should be held accountable for the damages.

McCoy has vehemently denied the allegations, and has not been brought up in the case of the home invaders.

The new lawsuit shows the drama surrounding the running back is only growing.