Brooke Nevils, the previous NBC representative who blamed Matt Lauer for assault, considered his open letter guard a “contextual analysis in unfortunate casualty disgracing” on Wednesday night.
NBC News on Wednesday night distributed Nevils’ answer to Lauer, who prior in the day pummeled the allegations against him as “unbelievable and false.”
“There’s a Matt Lauer that a huge number of Americans viewed on TV each morning for two decades. What’s more, there is the Matt Lauer who toward the beginning of today endeavored to menace a previous partner into quietness,” Nevils wrote in the announcement to NBC News.
“His open letter was a contextual investigation in injured individual accusing. I am not terrified of him now paying little heed to his dangers, tormenting, and the disgracing and ruthless strategies I realized he would and now has attempted to use against me,” she included.
Nevils’ claim ended up open on Wednesday when Variety distributed a story dependent on Ronan Farrow’s new book “Catch and Kill.”
In a meeting with Farrow, Nevils said Lauer anally assaulted her in a lodging while the two were in Russia to cover the 2014 Sochi Olympics.