The lawsuit involving the Oneida County District Attorney's Office and the estate of Bianca Devins is still in the works, and the attorney representing the DA's office has asked for Friday's court appearance to be pushed back a week.

That's according to a document sent to the U.S. District Court judge last week. 

The lawsuit was filed last month and it alleges that members of the DA's office shared the 17-year-old's nude photos and videos from the investigation with television networks and shows. Documents say that includes CBS' "48 Hours," the A&E and MTV networks, and the Peacock streaming service. 

Devins was murdered a little more than two years ago, after her killer recorded having sex with her and even recorded her death. Due to Devins' age, her estate says it's considered child pornography.

This is a developing story. Spectrum News 1 will continue to update you as more information becomes available.