The Trump Organization will produce sections of President Trump’s calendars or journal entries from more than 10 years ago, according to an agreement with a former “Apprentice” contestant who filed a defamation lawsuit against him in 2017.

A proposed court order signed by attorneys for Trump and Summer Zervos, who appeared on “The Apprentice” in 2005, says that Trump’s calendars or journal entries from November 2007 to February 2008 will be turned over and that the parties will meet with the Trump Organization “regarding the production of [Trump’s] phone records.”

Zervos claims that Trump kissed her without her consent and groped her on a separate occasion in 2007. She brought her accusations forward in October 2016 shortly before Trump was elected president. She later filed a defamation lawsuit against Trump in 2017 for calling her accusations a lie.

The Washington Post first reported on the proposed court order.

Trump attorney Marc Kasowitz, Trump Organization attorney Alan Garten, and Zervos attorney Mariann Wang did not immediately respond to requests for comment from the Post.

Similarly, Trump has denied Zervos’ accusations.