According to Friedman, Dylan arrived in London just a few days earlier on April 26, and did not return to the US until June 2.
The UK tour was also documented in D.A. Pennebaker's 1967 film Don't Look Back.
But the woman's lawyer, Daniel W. Isaacs on Tuesday cited several gaps in the tour dates when Dylan would have allegedly returned to his New York City apartment.
'The schedule is consistent with her claims,' the lawyer added.
'There's no doubt she was in the Chelsea Hotel with Dylan during that period.
'The complaint and allegations were thoroughly vetted and factual details were provided by our client.
'There's all sort of things we found that back up her claims, on the internet, various sources and blogs and all that. A lot of research went into this. We'll prove our case in a court of law.'