A woman says Matt Lauer raped her in 2014. She’s speaking out in a new book.
On Wednesday, however, Kate Aurthur and Ramin Setoodeh of Variety reported on new details about Lauer’s case contained in Farrow’s upcoming book, Catch and Kill. The book is due to be released on October 15. According to Variety, the book reveals that the woman who made the first complaint about Lauer is Nevils, who was assigned by NBC to work with former Today co-anchor Meredith Vieira on coverage of the 2014 Olympics. Nevils told Farrow that in Sochi, Lauer invited her to his hotel room on a night when they’d both been drinking. When she got there, she says he pushed her onto the bed, flipped her over, and asked if she liked anal sex, according to Farrow.
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