Tomi Lahren isn't going down without a fight — especially when her Facebook page is involved.
The onetime rising conservative star, known for her angry rants against the Black Lives Matter movement and liberal "snowflakes," sued her former boss, Glenn Beck, for wrongful termination on Friday. She also wants control of her Facebook page and the millions of followers attached to it.
Lahren lost her job and her show at Beck's media company, The Blaze, after she appeared on The View and said she was pro-choice because anything else would make her a hypocrite as a conservative who believes in limited government. Beck didn't take kindly to the implication that pro-life conservatives were all hypocrites, and fired Lahren from her gig.
Now Lahren is suing for wrongful termination. But more importantly, she wants the 4.2 million followers she has on her Facebook page, which is being guarded by The Blaze. Losing that Facebook page "irreparably harmed" Lahren, the lawsuit said.
As for the wrongful termination, Lahren's suit said that The Blaze tried to keep paying Lahren even after they canceled her show to avoid legal accusations like these. And the suit says that Lahren's colleagues applauded her pro-choice comments and didn't see anything wrong with them until outrage among listeners reached a fever pitch.
Lahren hasn't posted anything on Facebook since March 19.