According to TMZ Sports, Elizabeth Ruiz was ordered to hand over her copy of a video of her and Miller within three days.
"It's frustrating because I'm not allowed to keep my copy [of the tape], and I don't know why," Ruiz said outside the courthouse. "It was consensual, I own 50 percent of the rights of it, and it's just not fair. I already complied to not releasing it, duplicating or showing it to anybody, but I want to keep my copy."
Miller said Ruiz attempted to extort him for $2.5 million to stop her from releasing the tape, per TMZ, and he filed a suit with a Los Angeles County Superior Court to block the video from being released.
Ruiz denied allegations about extortion and said she only kept the tape for personal reasons, per TMZ.
The Super Bowl MVP signed a six-year contract extension in the offseason worth $114.5 million with $70 million guaranteed.