Matt Lauer's wife, Annette Roque, filed for divorce a little over a year and a half after NBC's Lauer dismissed after accusations of inappropriate behavior.
Roque filed the documents in Suffolk County, New York on Tuesday, People magazine reported. But according to ET, who reported the news for the first time, the scriptures were filed on July 2nd.
Roque had already filed for divorce in 2006, claiming that she had suffered "cruel and inhumane" treatment. The two finally reconciled and Roque withdrew the paperwork. The documents were obtained and published by the National Enquirer in 2014.
Representatives of Lauer and Roque did not immediately respond to TheWrap's requests for comment.
Lauer was fired "for motive" as a guest of "Today" on NBC in November 2017, after a colleague complained of "inappropriate sexual behavior at his workplace". ". Lauer apologized in a statement shortly after, but also stated that "some of what is said about me is false or misinterpreted".
NBC subsequently conducted an internal investigation and found that it had determined that the first-ever charge against Lauer had been laid against him the same month, and that no complaint had been filed before.
"We have found no evidence that News, Today HR or other NBC News News Division executives have received any complaints about Lauer's behavior prior to November 27, 2017," he said. the report published in May 2018..