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In a memo to employees sent Wednesday morning, NBC News Chairman Andrew Lack said the complaint prompted a serious review and represented a "clear violation of our company's standards." Lack said it was the first complaint lodged against Lauer, 59, for his behavior since he took over as anchor of the show in 1997, but there was "reason to believe" it may not have been an isolated incident.

He is also the founder and primary funder of the Central European University in Budapest, a leading regional center for the study of the social sciences.

"While I am encouraged by NBC's response to date, I am in awe of the courage my client showed to be the first to raise a complaint and to do so without making any demands other than the company do the right thing." Guthrie, who joined Lauer at the anchor desk in 2012, said she was "heartbroken" for both him and the "brave colleague who came forward to tell her story and any other women who have their stories to tell." "I'm sure we will be learning more details in the hours and days to come.

And we promise we will share that with you," she said.

He was also accused of giving another colleague a sex toy as a present along with “an explicit note about how he wanted to use it on her.” The article said the women complained to management, but the complaints fell on deaf ears given the lucrative advertising surrounding "Today." Related: Since Weinstein, here's the list of men accused of sexual misconduct A spokesperson for NBC forcefully denied that anyone who is now in management was made aware of these complaints.