Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren has agreed to a settlement, ending her lawsuit against her former employer, The Blaze .
The lawsuit, which was filed in Dallas, Texas, had alleged that The Blaze had wrongfully terminated Lahren in April after her appearance on ABC’s “The View.”
With the settlement, it means that the 24-year-old talk show host has been released from her employment contract with The Blaze.
Lahren will also regain access to the Facebook page The Blaze set up for her including its millions of followers.
She will have to return all “intellectual property” owned by The Blaze that was posted on her page when she was employed there.
The Blaze, founded by conservative commentator Glenn Beck, said in a statement that it is “pleased to announce that the relationship with Tomi Lahren has concluded.”
The Daily Caller reports:
The Blaze took Lahren off air after an appearance on “The View” where called pro-life conservatives “hypocrites,” seemingly contradicting her previous positions on abortion.
Sources with direct knowledge of the situation previously told TheDC that Lahren’s comments on “The View” were the “final straw” in her rocky relationship with higher-ups at The Blaze and that she had virtually no chance of returning to the conservative media company after her contract ended in September.