For Randy Travis, there will be "no holdin' back" when it comes to severing all business ties with his ex.
The country crooner has filed a reply and counterclaim to a lawsuit brought by Elizabeth Travis, who sued him last month for allegedly breaching a contract by firing her as his personal manager.
Per court documents obtained by E! News, Randy claims he owes nothing to his former missus' management company, Elizabeth Travis Management Inc., because ETMI violated numerous duties including "divulging personal and confidential information" about the Grammy winner.
Travis also alleges that Elizabeth tried to scam him by submitting inflated requests for reimbursement related to first-class travel, actions that his camp consider "intentional and reckless." That, according to his lawyers, led to a breach in the agreement the estranged pair struck on March 29, 2011, thereby allowing him to terminate their business partnership.
Travis' legal eagle also demanded that the musician's ex-wife cease and desist from discussing his personal and business affairs with third parties.
In additional court papers, the country superstar denied breaching their contract in any way and argued that her actions harmed his reputation and career to the point where he felt compelled to remove his personal property from her possession, including gold records and other mementos.
Travis is asking the court to declare ETMI in material breach and their agreement at an end and is seeking attorneys' fees and a jury trial.