Another Tell-All On Matt Lauer But This Time There’s A ‘Slight’ Difference [Video]

The hits on Matt Lauer just seem to keep on coming. Here is another tell-all but this time there is a slight difference. Consensual sex is not something that you usually go to jail over. It is not lake grouping or rape. 

You will see, however, that a person in power has an advantage in setting up relationships with those under him. Most Human Resource officers will tell you that fraternization with those under your authority is not an ethical thing to do. Mr. Laure did not attend those classes, presumably.

As Written and Reported By Fox News:

A former NBC News production assistant revealed Thursday that she had a month-long sexual relationship with disgraced “Today” anchor Matt Lauer in the summer of 2000 that included a rendezvous in his dressing room.

Addie Collins Zinone’s account was published by Variety. She said the relationship with Lauer was consensual, but added, “I ultimately felt like a victim because of the power dynamic.”

She added, “He went after the most vulnerable and the least powerful — and those were the production assistants and the interns.”

Lauer was fired from NBC last month over claims of sexual misconduct. Hours after Lauer’s dismissal was announced on “Today,” the show that had been his domain for nearly two decades, Variety and The New York Times published reports detailing allegations of the host’s tawdry behavior — including that he sexually assaulted one woman in his office until she passed out.

Reps for Lauer did not return calls and emails from Fox News requesting comment.

Zinone, then known as Addie Collins, said Lauer first reached out to her in June 2000, when she was about to depart NBC for a job at a station in her home state of West …….


Ex-NBC News production assistant reveals secret relationship with Matt Lauer | Fox News

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