Costa Mesa-based Trinity Broadcasting Network has settled out of court with a former broadcasting engineer who claimed that the Christian-programming company discriminated against him because he is gay.
Trinity settled in late February with Brian Dugger, who last year filed a civil suit and sought more than $2.5 million, the Daily Pilot confirmed Wednesday.
Attorneys for both Dugger and Trinity Broadcasting did not return requests for comment.
Details of the settlement were not available in court records.
Dugger claimed that his sexuality became an issue when company co-founder and Chairman Paul Crouch Sr. gave control to his son, Paul Crouch Jr., and his wife, Jan.