Joan Rivers and the Writers Guild of America East have resolved the charges brought against Rivers, the organization announced Monday.
The guild had charged Rivers with violating its rules by continuing to write for E!'s Fashion Police, even though the show's writers have been on strike since mid-April. As a co-host of the program, Rivers is contractually obligated to continue with her hosting duties, but the WGAE argued that those do not include her writing for the show.
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Members of the writing team for E!'s Fashion Police have gone on strike and are seeking $1.5 million in unpaid regular and overtime hours, Deadline reports.