The NBC producer who accused Matt Lauer of anal rape is slamming his 1,400 word open letter where he angrily denied her allegation and called the alleged assault consensual. Brooke Nevils, 35, released a statement to NBC News Wednesday night, calling Lauer’s letter ‘a case study in victim shaming’. ‘There’s a Matt Lauer that millions of Americans watched on TV every morning for two decades. And there is the Matt Lauer who this morning attempted to bully a former colleague into silence,’ the statement reads. ‘His open letter was a case study in victim blaming. ‘I am not afraid of him now regardless of his threats, bullying, and the shaming and predatory tactics I knew he would and now has tried to use against me.’ She added that she provided ‘dates, times, evidence of communications and corroborating accounts’ which ‘both NBC and Farrow found credible’. ‘I continued to engage with him, as many victims of acquaintance rape do, particularly in the work place. ‘The shame in this story belongs to him,’ Nevils said. Scroll down for video Brooke Nevils released a statement Wednesday night slamming Matt Lauer for ‘victim shaming’ her after she claimed he anally raped her Brooke Nevils agreed… Read full this story
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