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Did you seriously think that former Fox News host Greta Van Susteren would just leave without some drama?

In what appears to be a mass exit of the network’s female employees, it was announced on Tuesday that the Susteren was going off of the air rather abruptly. The “On the Record” host worked with Fox News for 14 years.

Though the move was silent, Susteren took to her verified Facebook page on Thursday morning to talk about a personal concern.

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“I am hoping Fox News will give me all my personal photos and video from my blog GretaWire that they took down without giving me any notice,” she typed.

Susteren said that she had nearly “15 years of memories,” including pictures she took with her own devices. She also said that she reached an agreement with the network to where they agreed to return all of her office property, such as one of her desks.

She admitted that she did not know if a legal precedent existed regarding her pictures.

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Susteren’s quick, under-the-radar exit comes less than a month after Former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes in July and former host Andrea Tantaros sued the network for sexual harassment. Ailes has since left the network and neither women are with Fox News.

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