Tomi Lahren reaches settlement in her lawsuit against Glenn Beck and TheBlaze

Carla Harmon
May 3, 2017

Tomi Lahren has reportedly settled her lawsuit with conservative media mogul Glenn Beck after she was sacked from The Blaze for comments the 24-year-old talk show host made on ABC's "The View". Beck and the network countersued Lahren after she filed suit, claiming that she had breached her employment contract by making public statements that reflected negatively on TheBlaze.

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The legal battle between Tomi Lahren and TheBlaze has come to an end. Her pro-choice comments on ABC's "The View" may have gained her a few new supporters, but it cost her her job at The Blaze.

Lahren sued two months ago in Dallas County District Court, claiming she was sacked after an appearance on ABC's "The View" where she said it was hypocritical to support limited government while at the same time thinking that "the government should decide what women do with their bodies". Lahren argued the defendants violated the judge's non-disparagement order when the website published an article with anonymous sources portraying her as hard to work with.


Tomi Lahren's lawsuit against Beck and his media site, The Blaze, was settled out of court today. In return, Lahren has agreed to remove videos she made for The Blaze and return them to the network. "Ms. Lahren will continue to have access to her social media accounts as has always been the case".

CNN noted that while many details from the settlement remain to be released, "the agreement did not include a non-compete clause, meaning she is immediately able to begin work elsewhere". His lawsuit also accused Ms. Lahren of being a constant headache at The Blaze for "complaining about everything" and being rude to staff. "I'm the hardest worker you'll ever meet".


Lahren's lawyer, Brian Lauten, said in a statement that she will return all of The Blaze's "intellectual property" to the company. Lahren was taken-off the air after she appeared on The View, and said she was pro-choice. "I'm for limited government, so stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body as well". With the settlement behind her, Lahren said she can look to the future and learn from this experience. Hope Lahren has fun trying to stay relevant without The Blaze's money behind you.

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