Patrick Reed's attorney Larry Klayman has filed a fresh lawsuit against the PGA Tour, DP World Tour and Official World Golf Ranking, alleging they colluded to try and eliminate LIV Golf.
This news was first reported by Bunkered.
The publication report that Klayman has lodged an Amended Class Action Complaint.
According to court documents the action alleges that DP World Tour boss Keith Pelley - who today confirmed this news about Jon Rahm and Matt Fitzpatrick - and PGA Tour chief Jay Monahan conspired together to "restrain trade".
Also in the cross hairs of Klayman is the governing body that awards tours world ranking points.
It is suggested that the Official World Golf Ranking attempted to kill off the LIV Golf in its infancy.
In case you weren't aware, LIV Golf players currently do not have a pathway to qualify for golf's four major championships unless they are exempt as a past champion or by current world ranking.
The argument over whether or not LIV Golf should be accredited by the OWGR has become increasingly bitter.
Jon Rahm described the situation as laughable.
LIV Golf commissioner Greg Norman has previously called for Monahan and Pelley - who also sit on the board of the OWGR - to abstain from voting on their pending application with the governing body.
The Saudi-financed tour announced a strategic alliance with the MENA Tour before their Invitational in Jeddah.
It was a move that gave LIV the confidence that their players could start earning points but that alliance was placed under review.
Critics suggested this alliance was essentially Norman trying to pull a fast one.
Klayman is representing Reed in his defamation lawsuits against the golf media.
In early November, a second lawsuit was filed on behalf of Reed with the American wanting $250m in damages.
It means that in total Reed is wanting one billion dollars in damages after filing his first $750m lawsuit.
The first lawsuit alleges the PGA Tour and Monahan have actively targeted Reed since he was 23 years old to: "Destroy his reputation, create hate, and a hostile work environment for him … "