Many of the names he is said to be going after are individuals who are still in power. "There are going to be some management changes at NBC News," the insider snitched, "and once that happens, Matt will have his chance to redeem himself on-air and have his revenge on those who looped him with the #MeToo era’s worst scoundrels.”
The shamed fire TODAY host was not giving up on his plan to have a comeback after his shocking sexual assault scandal in November 2017.
“Matt’s chomping at the bit to get back on the airwaves. He’s not retiring, he’s not backing down," said the informant, adding even though Lauer apologized for his bad behavior, "he wants to talk to his audience and give them the truth — that he's not a sexual assaulter!"
Lauer also wants the world to know he isn't being investigated by authorities for any crimes, and only engaged in "consensual activities."
"It’s payback time and no one will be safe," tattled the insider.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, NBC opened an investigation into Lauer’s case after he was fired from his role as Today show anchor over sexual harassment and misconduct accusations. On May 9, 2018 the network released a statement about the investigation.
“We found no evidence indicating that any NBC News or Today Show leadership, News HR or others in positions of authority in the News Division received any complaints about Lauer’s workplace behavior prior to November 27, 2017,” read the network’s statement
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