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Country singer Randy Travis and his ex-wife Elizabeth have been divorced for a couple years, but they are still feuding in court and it's getting even nastier.

Last month, Elizabeth filed a lawsuit against Travis, claiming he "intentionally interfered with" her role as manager. She was married to Travis for 19 years and managed him for 30, until, she claims, the singer and his attorneys terminated her contract without any written notice. She says her ex "had a large truck, an armed guard and several other men" haul computers, documents and memorabilia from her Nashville office.

Travis, 52, fired back with a lawsuit of his own, claiming his ex-wife breached her contract by spilling "personal details" about him in a plot to ruin his career, according to news reports.  He also claims that his wife tried to cheat him out of his money by inflating travel reimbursement requests. He wants a judge to block her request to be paid back management fees.

The "Forever and Ever, Amen" singer has dealing with his share of troubles lately. In February he was arrested outside a church in Sanger, Texas, for public intoxication. He later apologized for "what resulted following an evening of celebrating the Super Bowl."