Mayor Eric Adams’ lawyers are playing hardball with the woman accusing him of sexually abusing her while they served in the NYPD together decades ago.

Adams’ attorneys claimed in a court document filed Tuesday that plaintiff Lorna Beach-Mathura and her legal team have been dragging their feet in complying with their requests for evidence in the case.

“Plaintiff failed to properly respond to defendants’ discovery requests by the deadline prescribed by the CPLR [New York Consolidated Laws, Civil Practice Law and Rules],” Adams co-counsel Alex Spiro and city assistant corporation counsel Maxwell Leighton wrote in the Manhattan Supreme Court filing.

The attorneys said they agreed to Beach-Mathura’s ask that an initial hearing be set in the case “at the court’s hearing” — but then noted the request didn’t mean she was allowed to blow past deadlines to submit discovery materials.