Matt Lauer Is "Weak And Broken And Ashamed" After Today Show Firing

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After Lauer was ousted from his "Today" hosting gig in the wake of sexual harassment claims, word has it that "MSNBC Live" host Craig Melvin is among those being considered as his replacement. "But I do know that this reckoning that so many organizations have been going through is important, it's long overdue and it must result in workplaces where all women, all people, feel safe and respected". An insider reveals that he is afraid that his wife Annette will file for divorce in the next weeks.

Lauer who is being accused of sexual harassment or assault allegations reportedly signed a $20 million dollar contract previous year.

Lauer apologized in a statement Thursday, but said that some of the accusations are "untrue". After the $20 million man's termination, more women came forward to testify against Lauer and his myriad of sexual peculiarities he tried to force onto multiple NBC employees.

"They knew Matt was flirty and playful and may have had relationships over the years, but what they knew of those relationships was that they were consensual, and they weren't aware they went beyond that", the source told Us.

"Execs treated it as if Matt had died". "This would be clean slate". "The usual editorial meetings that have about 30 or so people were now 200 people, because execs were addressing the situation with everyone".

Back at "Today", ratings without Lauer are through the roof. "Wait a minute", Lauer responded. Another alleged potential for the show could Willie Guest, who serves as a fill-in anchor for the show. "I think you did the segment, actually".

"We were in the makeup room and he sort of asked the makeup artist to leave", Berman said in an interview with Inside Edition. "He confided in me about some of the struggles he was having in his married relationship". "A condition of the consent granted to Orange Lakes purchase the lease for Hunter Valley Station is that the individuals with control of that company must continue to be of good character", Lisa Barrett, deputy chief executive of policy and overseas investment, said in her statement, referencing the holding company owned by Lauer and Roque.