For how much the left slanders Trump, these people sure are DIRTY…
Ronan Farrow’s upcoming book Catch and Kill claims Matt Lauer anally raped an NBC co-worker in 2014, and the far-left network concealed this evidence after learning of it in 2017.
The explosive claim comes from Brooke Nevils, a former NBC News staffer, who told her side of the story to Farrow and was liable for Lauer’s immediate firing from the Today Show in November of 2017.
Nevils states the rape took place when Today Show briefly moved to Russia to shoot news stories for the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
For the time being, Nevils was working with then-Today Show co-host Meredith Vieira. The two ladies were having drinks at the hotel bar when Lauer came over. After six shots of vodka, Nevils went to Lauer’s hotel room twice. The first time was to get back her press pass, and the second time Lauer openly invited her. According to Farrow, Nevils stated she “had no reason to suspect Lauer would be anything but friendly based on prior experience.”
Variety, received an advance copy of the book, describes the claimed rape:
Once she was in his hotel room, Nevils alleges, Lauer — who was wearing a T-shirt and boxers — pushed her against the door and kissed her. He then pushed her onto the bed, “flipping her over, asking if she liked anal sex,” Farrow writes. “She said that she declined several times.”
According to Nevils, she “was in the midst of telling him she wasn’t interested again when he ‘just did it,’” Farrow writes. “Lauer, she said, didn’t use lubricant. The encounter was excruciatingly painful. ‘It hurt so bad. I remember thinking, Is this normal?’ She told me she stopped saying no, but wept silently into a pillow.” Lauer then asked her if she liked it. She tells him yes. She claims that “she bled for days,” Farrow writes.
Nevils tells Farrow: “It was nonconsensual in the sense that I was too drunk to consent,” she says. “It was nonconsensual in that I said, multiple times, that I didn’t want to have anal sex.”
As a result of her fear over the power Lauer had on her career, Nevils confess she entered into a consensual sexual affair with Lauer.
“This is what I blame myself most for,’” she inform Farrow. “It was completely transactional. It was not a relationship.”
Here is where things get out of hand for NBC News…
After she stopped seeing Lauer, Nevils inform Farrow she “told like a million people” what happened with them. “She told her colleagues and superiors at NBC,” and after she changed jobs, she “reported it to one of her new bosses there.”
“This was no secret,” Farrow stated.
Still, “[n]othing happened until fall 2017, when the post-Harvey Weinstein reckoning led former Today colleagues to ask her about Lauer,” Variety states. This caused Nevils to tell Vieira, who told her to get a lawyer and report it to NBC’s human resources.
And it was at that moment when Matt Lauer was suddenly fired from the morning show on tv.
Variety states how this could be a issue for NBC News:
After Lauer’s firing, she learned that Noah Oppenheim, the president of NBC News, and Andrew Lack, the chairman of NBC News and MSNBC, “were emphasizing that the incident hadn’t been ‘criminal’ or an ‘assault’” — which she claims caused her to throw up, Farrow writes.
“Nevils’s work life became torture,” according to Farrow. “She was made to sit in the same meetings as everyone else, discussing the news, and in all of them colleagues loyal to Lauer cast doubt on the claims, and judgment on her.”
And though Nevils had been promised anonymity by human resources, Lack saying internally that the encounter had happened at Sochi limited the possibilities of complainants — and soon, everyone knew it was Nevils. Though Nevils had not wanted money, she went on medical leave in 2018, and was eventually paid, Farrow writes, “seven figures.”
“The network proposed a script she would have to read, suggesting that she had left to pursue other endeavors, that she was treated well, and that NBC News was a positive example of sexual harassment,” Farrow writes.
Lack also released a intentionally mislead statement after firing Lauer, which altered an allegation of “anal rape” into “inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace.”
Additionally, after Lauer was fired, facts came out affirming what Farrow says in his book, that Lauer’s sexual misconduct was hidden in the news division.
In December of 2017, an member informed the New York Post that “complaints” about Lauer’s sexual misconduct dated earlier when Jeff Zucker, who runs the far-left CNN, was in charge of the Today Show.
Catch and Kill comes out next week and will cause chaos for the left-wing outlet. According to Variety, Farrow finally tells the whole foul facts about how he had dirt on movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, but NBC News turndown the story. As Breitbart News previously announced, Farrow’s reporting included audio tape of Weinstein stating he groped a model which NBC news turned down.
How could NBC refuse such a golden opportunity? We also learned that Oppenheim, no less than the president of NBC News, is an determine screenwriter who had recently attended an event with Weinstein.
Unbelievably, NBC News ended up sending Farrow’s story to the New Yorker, where the investigative reporter won a Pulitzer for his Weinstein exposé.
Farrow’s reporting set in motion the #MeToo movement, a movement that revealed the left-wing institutions of Hollywood and the news media as dens of sexual abuse, cover ups, and enablers willing to hide stories.