Former WTAE-TV news anchor Wendy Bell’s federal lawsuit against her employer has apparently been settled, according to court records.
Reached Thursday, Bell told the Tribune-Review, “Let’s just say I’ve moved on.”
She said she could not further discuss the matter but was satisfied.
U.S. District Court records show a settlement conference scheduled for Jan. 18 was canceled, and the lawsuit was dismissed with prejudice on Jan. 29. Attorneys on both sides of the case agreed to the dismissal. No terms are disclosed.
Bell referred additional questions to her attorney, Samuel Cordes, who did not immediately return a call or email.
Bell sued WTAE its parent company Hearst Stations Inc. in June 2016 , claiming racial discrimination. She claimed through her attorney that she wouldn’t have been fired for her