FALL RIVER, Mass. — Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez’s fiancee says she wants prosecutors to turn over any text messages they allege he sent about the destruction of evidence in his murder case.

In new filings in Fall River Superior Court, Shayanna Jenkins’ attorney asks a judge to order Massachusetts prosecutors to turn over any messages that are “consistent with her being asked to remove items” from their North Attleborough home.

The filing by attorney Janice Bassil refers to another text that prosecutors allege instructed Jenkins, in code, to damage a video surveillance system.

Bassil also wants any evidence alleging Jenkins threatened to report maids to immigration authorities if they cooperated with police in the investigation of the killing of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd, who was dating Jenkins’ sister.

The filings say the maids testified before a grand jury that they saw guns in various locations in the house.

Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to murder in the June 2013 killing of Lloyd. Jenkins, accused of lying to the grand jury that indicted Hernandez, has pleaded not guilty to perjury. Prosecutors have said most of Jenkins’ testimony, including about getting rid of a box from the basement at his direction, wasn’t credible.

Jenkins’ defense refers in the court filings to a text message that “the commonwealth alleges was a coded message to destroy or damage the video surveillance hard drive.”

Authorities have said that video surveillance from Hernandez’s home system before and after Lloyd’s killing shows the ex-Patriot holding a gun that appears to be a Glock. Lloyd is believed to have been killed with an unrecovered .45-caliber Glock.

Court records refer separately to testimony by the maids about having seen guns at the home.

But they also testified they saw guns in the pocket of Hernandez’s pants on the floor in his closet and in his closet drawer and “what they believed to be a gun wrapped in a blanket or clothing in a downstairs closet,” the filings say.