There has been a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles alleging that a California woman recorded a video of herself having sex with an unnamed man who is "has received the highest honors, awards, and accolades available in his profession", and threatening to release the video unless she was given $2.5 million.
The linebacker reportedly wants to prevent Elizabeth Ruiz from making the tape public after she filmed them having sex in private.
Although referred to as "Doe" in court documents, news outlets have reported that the plaintiff is Miller. The sex tape apparently is of the two of them. TMZ reports that a judge in Los Angeles "agreed" with Miller and issued a restraining order against Ruiz.
Miller, already one of the NFL's most charismatic stars, expanded his post-Super Bowl fame with an appearance on "Dancing with the Stars". Miller fears if the tape gets out it would hurt his appeal to "many different people from virtually all walks of life including families and children". Ruiz responded, "Gotcha", according to the court application. Vanguard Sports Group represents Miller.
The suit alleges that the woman said she wanted to be the "next Kim Kardashian". Miller's people also shot down the request and claimed the woman was trying to extort him.
"Ruiz has not achieved a similar level of success in her chosen career path, but she desperately craves fame and fortune".