In keeping with The Washington Put up, Brokaw, now 78, allegedly made undesirable strikes on Linda Vester, a former NBC correspondent and former Fox Information anchor, twice through the 1990s, together with an alleged transfer to forcibly kiss Vester, who was in her 20s on the time.
Brokaw denied sexual misconduct charges and told friends in a late-night email that he felt "ambushed and then perp walked" in the media as an avatar of male misogyny and stripped of his honor and achievement.
In addition to Ms. Vester's account, the Washington Post cited another accusation of inappropriate behavior by Mr. Brokaw with an unnamed NBC News staffer. "Instead she became a character assassin".
The women claimed that the veteran news anchor "treated each of us with fairness and respect".
The report additionally detailed the claims of an nameless girl who informed the outlet Brokaw allegedly acted inappropriately towards her throughout her time as a manufacturing assistant within the 1990s. She never went to his office and left her job shortly after the encounter.
"A woman approached me and asked me tearfully if I could help her", Curry said.
Again, Brokaw insults Vester's career by insinuating she wasn't successful at her work.
Tom Brokaw's firing back at one of his sexual harassment accusers, referring to her as a former colleague with a grudge who has had "trouble with the truth". Lauer was gone from his post just a day after serious allegations surfaced against him.
Brokaw announced on Friday that he was canceling an appearance to give a commencement speech at Connecticut's Sacred Heart University, saying he did not want to distract from the students and their families.
But he said he "did not verbally and physically attack her" as described in the interviews. "I have issues from those two meetings 20 years ago?"
Elizabeth Bowyer, co-head of brand and content strategy at Goldman Sachs, wrote the letter Friday morning and sent it to a number of NBC News staffers and alumni.
In his memo Friday, Mr. Lack said the review-led by NBC General Counsel Kim Harris, whom he said "has extensive experience in conducting reviews of this kind"-is nearing its conclusion, with findings to be shared as soon as next week".