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

Esequiel Farfan
Diciembre 7, 2017

Someone close to Lauer told Page Six, "Matt has no intention in returning to public life..."

Regarding his time off work, he is not planning a comeback these days; instead, he is planning to lay low in the Hamptons in the aftermath of his sex scandal and play golf. "He is going to stick to his one statement and not address the allegations further".

According to a source, "soul searching" means playing golf in the Hamptons - and Lauer will be taking this new role very seriously!

Another source added that Lauer is bent on staying out of the spotlight so he can "focus on his family".

Matt Lauer and wife Annette Roque are no longer wearing their wedding rings, a week after the "Today" host was sacked amid sexual assault accusations.

Let's say that Matt did want to go back to a career in television.

"This has taken a huge toll".

As for Lauer's wife, Annette Roque, she was also ringless in pictures published byThe Daily Mail on Wednesday.

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The news of Lauer's unwillingness to professionally recover from the fiasco comes a few days after a report in Us Weekly suggested that a "really bad vibe" had swept over "TODAY" in the wake his firing.

He released a public apology in which he stated that he has a lot of work to do now in order to try and fix the damage that he has caused his family and everyone else. "She and Matt were really close".

Lauer, as we've reported, was suddenly fired last week after an accusation of sexual harassment and assault of a female subordinate at the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Lauer broke his silence about the allegations against him on November 30.

"There are no words to express my sorrow and regret for the pain I have caused others by words and actions".

"This would give the network the opportunity to make Melvin into a star at NBC", a source told the outlet.

Apparently, many of Lauer's co-workers were surprised by the news.

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