Papa John's International founder John Schnatter acknowledged in court Monday he has confidentiality agreements with at least two women but didn't say what those pacts cover.
Schnatter, testifying in a case over his request for files related to his ouster as the pizza chain's board chairman, said one of the agreements involves a 24-year-old female employee of a firm that worked on Papa John's advertising.
"Do you have settlements with some women?'' Blake Rohrbacher, a lawyer for Papa John's, asked Schnatter in Delaware Chancery Court. The businessman said he didn't know if the agreements amounted to settlements.