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If she won't give you back your phone, then you can contact the police, file a report, and ask that they get your phone back for you. That would be the fastest method. A slower method would be to sue her for (1) return of the phone, and (2) an injunction which prevents her from revealing any of the contents on the phone.
If she does reveal the contents, then you could sue her for invasion of privacy by publicly disclosing private facts about you. While not directly helpful now if the contents are not yet revealed, it could prove to be indirectly helpful in that the threat of a future lawsuit may get her to realize that she should not disclose the contents. You may even wish to retain an attorney to contact her and threaten a lawsuit. That could frighten her enough to return the phone without disclosing anything.
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