Beck Files Lawsuit Against Former Company Exec






Monday August the 1st, 2016


Glenn Beck

Nationally syndicated radio and TV talk host Glenn Beck confirmed an “exclusive” report posted at saying his production and operating company, Mercury Radio Arts (MRA), has filed a lawsuit against former MRA COO and CEO of TheBlaze news network, Christopher Balfe.

According to the report, the suit charges Balfe — who worked with Beck for more than a decade until leaving in 2014 to start his own company — Red Seat Ventures — with “breach of contract, general mismanagement, breach of fiduciary duty, and fraud.”

In a statement posted at his own website today Beck said, “You have all heard me over the last couple of years describing how hard a time it has been.

Christopher Balfe


Between being sick, turning over my company, etc., It culminates in a lawsuit that we filed Friday in Dallas between MRA and the former President. I am embarrassed and saddened it has come to this. It is an ongoing legal matter so you will not hear me speak of this often but as always, I want you to hear it from me.”



When contacted by NTS MediaOnline Today for comment on the story and lawsuit Balfe, “I feel terrible for Glenn and I hope that he finds the help he needs.”



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