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Left the “Today” anchor Ann Curry and the “destroying” of her former co-host Matt Lauer, as they are spill-all on the disgraced star, according to a new report.
Curry, who has worked with Lauer from 1997 to 2012, it is not apparent that the scope of the allegations against her to SHOW a colleague, and a source tells US Weekly.
“Ann has maintained a dignified silence, but a lot of people confided in her, years ago, and still do to this day,” the source told the outlet. “She knows more than most about the man, Matt is a real person, and when she finally speaks, it will destroy him.”
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In a new book by Ronan Farrow, ” Curry insisted that the complaints are about Lauer’s treatment of women was well-known during her tenure at the network.
She claimed that the higher-ups, one colleague disclosed to her that the Lauer is exposed to it.
“Today” show hosts Ann Curry and Matt Lauer appear on set during a live show in New York city on June 22, 2012.
Even though they did not disclose the plaintiff’s name, ” Curry told the board that she had “a problem” with the morning show host, the book claims to be.
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“I told them that they had a problem with him,” she told Farrow. “He had a problem with women. That is, they had to keep an eye on him.”
But the network bigwigs have once again sacked by Curry, insisting they did not disclose the “specific” problem.
“By her own account, the Sauce is forwarded with no specific complaint, nor do they have to say Lauer is the problem to be considered in a specific work-place harassment,” NBC News President Noah Oppenheim wrote in a memo to staff.
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A representative for Lauer, do not immediately respond to request for comment.
This article was originally published on Page Six.