That, of course, flies in the face of the two very vocal former coworkers of Brokaw who have accused him of maxing unwanted sexual advances at different points during the 1990s.
Lauer was sacked by NBC in November after he was accused by a colleague of "inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace".
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Vester claims to have PTSD for the experience with Brokaw.
"It is 4:00 am..."..." "I was ambushed and then perp walked.as an avatar of male misogyny, taken to the guillotine and stripped of any honor and achievement I had earned in more than a half century of journalism and citizenship".
Brokaw is not in prison.
"The same report included claims against Matt Lauer".
Brokaw will probably be just fine.
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Brokaw, 78, is now a "special correspondent" at NBC after many years as anchor of the "NBC Nightly News" and co-host of the "Today" show. "He has given each of us opportunities for advancement and championed our successes throughout our careers", according to Deadline.com.
Former "Today" anchor Ann Curry told the newspaper that she complained to NBC management on behalf of a woman who alleged improper behavior by Lauer.
Besides denying the accusations in his letter, Mr. Brokaw called Ms. Vester a "former colleague who left NBC News angry that she had failed in her pursuit of stardom". He asked her how her job search was going, she said, and then asked her to come to his office for coffee later to talk about it.
Brokaw addressed the NY hotel incident, saying that Vester "often sought me out for informal meetings, including the one she describes in her NY hotel room".
Vester has said she came forward in part because of NBC's failure to hire outside investigators to look into workplace issues at the company.
"What was her goal?"
"I have made no public comments on the many false stories from anonymous or biased sources that have been reported about me over these past several months", Lauer told the Washington Post. "I think it's a different time". We've got to get some kind of a system in place for dealing with all of this beyond what we're doing now.
She told the Post that "the implication of his invitation" was clear. He describes Vester's statements to the press as a "drive by shooting".