Former Breitbart Editor sues the website for $75,000

Dana Loesch, former editor at and a prominent conservative radio host has sued her former employer over issues surrounding her departure. Daily Caller: The St. Louis Post-Dispatch first reported on the lawsuit, which was filed in U.S. District Court Friday. Loesch seeks $75,000 in damages and a court order that her contract with is legally terminated. When she decided not to renew that contract in September, Loesch claims, the company refused to acknowledge her resignation and renewed the contract for another year without her consent. "Since that time," the lawsuit alleges, "Defendant has made public remarks stating that Loesch is still a contributor with ... [and] has made remarks to its affiliates and competitors that Loesch is still exclusively engaged with Defendant as an Internet editor." Loesch's last online contribution to the family of websites was on Sept. 13. She also claims "has...(Read Full Post)