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 man is identified only as DOE in the lawsuit, but according to TMZ and The Smoking Gun, that man is Super Bowl MVP Von Miller of the Denver Broncos.
In the docs, Miller says he met a woman named Elizabeth Ruiz during a trip to Mexico in June 2016 — and the two had sex while they were alone indoors.
Miller says the woman recorded the sex on her cell phone — but he insisted at all times she keep it private. He claims he reached out to her after the trip and asked her to destroy the recording to which she replied, “Gotcha.”
Miller is unnamed in the document, which offered only vague clues as to the identify of the plaintiff. It identifies him as someone who is “one of the most talented people at his craft in the United States and the world” and “is widely recognized as the world’s best at his job.”
Now, I know what you’re thinking: They’re obviously describing J.J. Watt. But that does not seem to be the case.
According to 9 News in Denver, the suit was filed by Andrew F. Kim, who is general counsel for Vanguard Sports Group, which represents Miller.
TMZ reported this afternoon that a judge too Miller’s side, at least for now, and issued a temporary restraining order.