Former Daystar executive Jeanette Hawkins filed a lawsuit against the network, claiming that her knowledge of the affair caused "great emotional pain".
An October 2011 decision, entered after a contested hearing by a Dallas court, dismissed the Hawkins fraud claim.
In 2003, Daystar was investigated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), centering on allegations that Daystar sold air time on its non-commercial educational stations to for-profit groups.
The investigation complicated Daystar's US.5 million bid for KOCE-TV, a PBS station in Huntington Beach, California which at the time mainly served the suburban area of Orange County, and other license renewals.
Lamb's confession sparked a series of legal actions against Daystar.Daystar is an American evangelical Christian-based religious broadcast television network that is owned by the Word of God Fellowship, founded by Marcus Lamb in 1993.Daystar is headquartered in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex in Bedford, Texas.In 1984, Marcus and Joni Lamb (née Trammel) moved to Montgomery, Alabama to launch the state's first full-power Christian television station, WMCF-TV.The Lambs built the station for the next five years, and sold it in 1990 to the Trinity Broadcasting Network.