Beck's 'Blaze' Says It Had Good Reasons To Fire Lahren

Glenn Beck Returns Fire Counter Sues Tomi Lahren Kody Fairfield

Hoffman didn't rule on who actually has legal control over the Facebook page or whether Lahren is freed from her employment contract - set to expire September 30 - and can seek another job. They also deny that they have access to her social media accounts, alluding to her "continuous Twitter stream" and posts on Instagram.

"I'm for limited government, so stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body as well", Lahren said.

"When your outlet is taken away from you, when your catharsis is stripped from you, and you don't understand why and you're so disappointed and you're so blindsided by it, it hurts", the commentator said. But of course Beck and TheBlaze have their own version of the situation. He said the company owned the page, which it created for Lahren, and all the content on it, and would not agree to be removed from its administration. But, rather, the complaint states, "d$3 uring her appearance, she made a statement that not only diverged dramatically from her previous public positions but also effectively called many of TheBlaze's employees, viewers, and readers hypocrites". According to the suit, the company "had employment issues with Lahren for over a year".

Lahren previously sued Beck and The Blaze for wrongful termination, a charge the countersuits rejects. Apparently, this is a flip-flop from her earlier pro-life pronouncements and which evidently led to her sidelining by the Beck channel, with pay.

In December, for example, the filing notes that Lahren referred to those who are pro-choice as "straight-up baby killers".

"Lahren's statements were offensive to many of TheBlaze's supporters and followers because they imply that only a hypocrite would believe in the Constitution or conservative values but not be pro-choice", the lawsuit reads.

However, the countersuit asserts, Lahren's employment agreement with The Blaze "remains in full force and effect", and is still being paid by the organization. She also claims that fellow employees placed an "X" with yellow caution tape on her office/dressing room door. Further, the suit alleges she violated her contract by publicly disclosing her wardrobe budget. On April 7, Lahren sued for allegedly firing her and terminating her two-year contract.

Last month, Lahren, right, revealed she was pro-choice in an interview on the The View. The countersuit states that Lahren was never fired from the network. We just told her she can't work here anymore.

Watch video of Tomi Lahren on The View.

"Ok Tammy", Wale responded, to which Lahren shot back, "Ok Whale". Lahren was benched because she was rude to staff members and making public appearances without prior approval of her higher-ups, he and the network claim in their suit against their former star, according to a report in Law Newz.

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