MSNBC's Craig Melvin in running to replace Matt Lauer on 'Today' show

MSNBC's Craig Melvin in running to replace Matt Lauer on 'Today' show (reports)

'Everybody feels betrayed': Matt Lauer's wife Annette Roque ditches wedding ring, her father says pair will divorce

Everybody feels betrayed. She is not going to stay with him and work it out. "I have no words for her husband".

He's married to ESPN sports anchor Lindsay Czarniak; they have two children together.

The New York Post reports that the Dutch model was caught on camera on a trip to a supermarket near the couple's multimillion dollar Hamptons home on Wednesday morning, and the photo clearly shows Roque is not wearing a wedding ring. "A condition of the consent granted to Orange Lakes Ltd.to purchase the lease for Hunter Valley Station is that the individuals with control of that company must continue to be of good character", Lisa Barrett, deputy chief executive of policy and overseas investment, said in her statement, referencing the holding company owned by Lauer and Roque. What he has done is bad. Adds, "And it's shocking to think that there could be this side". He also denied reports that Roque had returned to Holland following the scandal. I have met Matt, he was a nice guy.

With embarrassing old clips, incriminating videos and numerous allegations of everything from sexual harassment to rape being waged against him, Lauer is reportedly ready to sail off into the sunset on a luxury golf course. His career as he knew it is over.' Johnson also said that the best thing Matt can do for now is to remain silent until the dust settles over this terrible scandal.

She's been staying at the couple's home in the Hamptons and has rarely left since the sexual misconduct claims against Lauer came out and he was sacked from the NBC morning show. He finally broke his silence over the allegations in a statement on December 30 by a former co-anchor on-air.

By the end of the day, multiple women had come forward with stories of inappropriate behavior.

He said, "Some of what is being said about me is untrue or mischaracterized, but there is enough truth in these stories to make me feel embarrassed and ashamed".

Repairing the damage caused is now his "full-time job", Lauer said.

But the anonymous former colleague questioned the claims.

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