BREAKING: Victim Of Matt Lauer’s Sexual Assault Revealed & The Details Are Disgusting


The current political climate in America has no room for any man accused of sexual assault or harassment, as no society should. However, this unfolding whirlwind has left countless well-known talking heads, some of which are beloved television icons we have been watching for decades, without work

This morning, NBC’s Matt Lauer was was fired after a detailed report of his actions toward a co-worker blew up in his face.

NBC staffer Sochi Winter submitted her complaint against the “Today” host, and Lauer’s termination made headlines Wednesday morning. Now, the details of that report have come to light.

The alleged assault took place at the Rio Olympic games.

A source close to the issue released the following statement:

“An NBC staffer come forward with a claim that Matt sexually assaulted her at the Olympics. There have been rumors about Matt having affairs with subordinates at NBC for years, but those were believed to be consensual. This incident in Rio was not.”

According to Page Six:

“This happened so quickly. She didn’t go to the media, she made a complaint to NBC’s human resources, and her evidence was so compelling that Matt was fired on Tuesday night. The victim says she has evidence that this has also happened to other women, but so far we don’t have evidence of that.”

Reporters working for the NY Times say that Lauer had been under investigation for weeks before the Tuesday complaint. Lauer’s co-anchor Savannah Guthrie read an emotional statement from NBC News chairman Andy Lack on Wednesday morning’s “Today” show, saying:

“On Monday night, we received a detailed complaint from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace by Matt Lauer. It represented, after serious review, a clear violation of our company’s standards. As a result, we’ve decided to terminate his employment.”

“While it is the first complaint about his behavior in the over twenty years he’s been at NBC News, we were also presented with reason to believe this may not have been an isolated incident.”

“Our highest priority is to create a workplace environment where everyone feels safe and protected, and to ensure that any actions that run counter to our core values are met with consequences, no matter who the offender.”

“We are deeply saddened by this turn of events. But we will face it together as a news organization – and do it in as transparent a manner as we can.”

Guthrie continued with her own sentiment:

“We are heartbroken. I’m heartbroken for Matt – he is my dear, dear friend and my partner, and he has been loved by many, many people here. And I’m heartbroken for the brave colleague who came forward to tell her story, and any other women who have their own stories to tell.”

Co-anchor Hoda Kotb followed up with this:

“It’s hard to reconcile with what we are hearing with the man who we know, who walks in this building every single day. We were both woken up with the news, kind of pre-dawn, and we’re trying to process it and trying to make sense of it – and it’ll take some time for that.”

According to Page Six:

“Lauer, 59, was named co-anchor of “Today” in January 1997 after three years as the news reader. His wife, Annette famously filed for divorce in 2006, accusing him of “cruel and inhumane” behavior, but withdrew the filing a month later after they reached a private agreement.”

President Trump wasted no time talking about the termination on Twitter:

The reactions to Trump’s tweet speak for themselves. Check out a few of them below:

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