On Thursday, Tomi Lahren asked a judge in Dallas County to hold Glenn Beck and her former employer The Blaze in contempt of court over a story in The Daily Caller that attacked her. Brian Lauten, Lahren's lawyer, alleged in court records that he believed it was employees of The Blaze who anonymously slammed Lahren in the article titled "EXCLUSIVE: The Inside Story Of How Tomi Lahren Flamed Out At The Blaze." The judge had previously ordered both sides in the case not to publicly criticize each other. Lahren is currently suing The Blaze in order to be freed from her contract that is set to expire later this year. The Blaze has claimed that Lahren is not fired and is still receiving a salary despite her show being canceled.