Lori Delgado, anchor for NBC 10 in Philadelphia, resigned on Monday after being named in a lawsuit by Vince Dementri.
DeMentri was her former lover and anchor colleague at NBC 10. After being dismissed from the station in 2008, DeMentri sued Delgado for libel and slander.
After the relationship between the two of them ended, things turned sour. One of the accusations Delgado made against DeMentri involved vandalizing her car in the company parking lot.
Chris Blackman, the company's VP, released the following statement after Delgado's departure: "I wanted to let you know that Lori Delgado has resigned from NBC 10 to spend more time with her family. We thank Lori for her contributions to the station and wish her well."