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

Instead, Tomi Lahren's lawsuit settlement against Glenn Beck's The Blaze network is a win for all women - her claim to her brand and her on-air identity was protected by the legal system, which so often isn't the case for women in the media industry, and at large.

The settlement appears to be a significant victory for Lahren, who has steadfastly demanded to be let out of her contract and for the return of her Facebook profile. She told the court the parties plan to file a joint motion to dismiss all claims with prejudice.

Her contract was set to end in September.

To view the full article, register now. "I'm pretty low maintenance", Lahren said, refering rumors about her behavior at TheBlaze. The company said its issues with her started long before "The View" appearance, the lawsuit stating she acted unprofessionally with the staff and her "uninformed and inconsistent" commentaries embarrassed the network. Her attorney says she was granted both requests.

Lahren later announced that she had been fired and was suing Beck - though at the time The Blaze said she was still considered an employee. It also makes her "the undisputed owner of her Facebook page".

"She looks forward to connecting with her audience and fan base on the pressing political issues facing our country in the days to come". "You can disagree with me, but if you now hate me or turn your back on me because I have this position, I don't need you". By losing Lahren, The Blaze is losing the only thing that made regular Americans aware of its very existence.

Full details of the settlement were not given, but Lahren said she has been released from her employment contract and she will be able to keep her social media accounts, including her 4.3 million-follower Facebook page, according to the report. People will guess Fox News except they're moving towards the center, away from the right, and Lahren won't fit in there with her conservative opinion.

In March, Lahren said on the daytime talk show, "I can sit here and say that, as a Republican and I can say, you know what, I'm for limited government, so stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body as well". Hope Lahren has fun trying to stay relevant without The Blaze's money behind you.

  • Salvatore Jensen