Lawyers for Tiger Woods have denied that he and his ex-girlfriend, who is suing him, had a deal that allowed her to share his Florida home with him.
Erica Herman is seeking $30m (£25m) from a trust held by Mr Woods, claiming she was tricked into packing her bags for a holiday, then locked out.
A non-disclosure agreement she signed with Mr Woods in 2017 requires that any legal disputes be settled out of court.
She is trying to have that agreement cancelled by a court.
Ms Herman, who managed a restaurant owned by Mr Woods before their relationship began, has filed two lawsuits in Martin County, Florida.
She is arguing that the non-disclosure agreement (NDA) she signed is invalid because of a new federal law that limits the enforceability of NDAs in cases of sexual harassment or abuse. She did not make any such allegations in her lawsuit.
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