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TheBlaze and Glenn Beck files countersuit against Tomi Lahren

Conservative, flamethrowing commentator Tomi Lahren is suing her boss, conservative, flamethrowing commentator Glenn Beck, and his North Texas-based media outlet The Blaze, for firing her.

"TheBlaze never had access to Lahren's personal social media accounts and has taken no action to block her from using them - as can be demonstrated by her continuous Twitter stream and Instagram posts", the countersuit said.

Lahren's statements on "The View" represented not just a flip flop, TheBlaze filing says, but she "also effectively called many of TheBlaze's employees, viewers and readers hypocrites".

"The Blaze has had employment issues with Lahren for well over a year", and that as a result of those issues the company had not meant to extend her contract after it expires in September.

Beck and The Blaze contend that Lahren is still an employee, a statement the company first made after Lahren filed suit.

The countersuit alleges Lahren mistreated Blaze crew members who worked on her show, calling her behavior "inappropriate and unprofessional".

Lahren said: 'I can't sit here and be a hypocrite and say I'm for limited government but I think the government should decide what women do with their bodies'.

We won't be surprised if Lahren does in fact have another opportunity lined up after contract with The Blaze comes to an end.

TheBlaze maintains that it has been encountering difficulties with Tomi Lahren for at least a year because she was allegedly acting like a diva. At that point, you might be fired, but you won't be allowed to say "fired".

"Lahren was divisive and created conflicts with other media personalities at TheBlaze." the court documents claim". She says the network has failed to turn over administrative control to her Facebook profile, cutting off access to more than 4 million followers. She had originally sued for "wrongful termination" after she announced she was pro-choice on The View. Then there was cupcake-gate after Noah sent Lahren cupcakes to thank her for appearing on his show.

Lahren's contention that limited-government conservatives who oppose restrictions on gun rights also should oppose restrictions on abortion rights wasn't any less coherent than her claim that white people are under some kind of musical oppression.

The network requested that a judge prohibit any public appearances without Blaze approval in order to prevent her from making more negative comments.

Glenn Beck speaks during the National Rifle Association's 139th annual meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina on May 15, 2010.

When reached for comment on Monday, Lahren said she was en route to a speaking engagement and was not in a position to respond.

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