Tomi Lahren and TheBlaze reportedly battle for rights to her Facebook

Tomi Lahren, a conservative commentator with 'TheBlaze,' was "banned permanently" after sharing her pro-choice comments on ABC's 'The View,' according to the New York Post.

TMZ reports that she is now involved in a contentious exit battle over whether or not she will be able to keep her over 4.2 million Facebook fans.

According to the media outlet, Lahren believes that her value to future employers will be much greater if she has all of her social media followers in tow.

However, TheBlaze, which reportedly owns the Facebook page, is reluctant to let her hold on to the base she's built, notes TMZ.

TheBlaze and Lahren reportedly separated ways following a March 17 appearance on The View. During her discussion with the hosts, she revealed that she is pro-choice.

She explained, "I can't sit here and be a hypocrite and say 'I'm for limited government, but I think that the government should decide what women do with their bodies.'"

Her comments were met with mixed reactions ranging from shock to outrage.

TheBlaze's Glenn Beck was among those who reportedly disapproved and decided Lahren and the network weren't that great a fit after all.