Michele Gillen, one of the best-known faces in South Florida broadcast news, reached a confidential settlement to resolve her age and gender discrimination lawsuit against the CBS-owned WFOR-TV shortly before a scheduled trial.

Gillen left the station after 19 years in 2016 and sued in 2018 after the #MeToo movement gained steam, claiming a “culture of toxic misogyny … had been thriving at CBS” from Miami management to its New York headquarters.

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