Matt Lauer, the former NBC News anchor who was fired for â€œinappropriate sexual behavior,â€� has-been accused of sexting network employees â€” in addition to an intern.Lauer, reportedly a New York Post report Wednesday night, allegedly sent â€œlewd messages and revealing picturesâ€� to women working at NBC.One of those women, an intern, is believed to have been the staffer who brought the news anchorâ€™s career with the company tumbling down after she approached executives about an occurrence in that allegedly took place with Lauer during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.The intern allegedly provided a photo â€œwhich was a major part of the evidence which is why the firing came so quickly.â€� It â€œwas so damning in that they had no other option yet to fire him,â€� a source told the Post. The- photo, sources told the Post, â€œshowed incontrovertible proof of inappropriate sexual behavior on his part.â€�Lauerâ€™s sexual misconduct, however, reportedly didnâ€™t end with the Olympics. His involvement with the intern continued after they returned home from Russia, the Post reported.It was usual for Lauer to invite female NBC employees to his hotel room while covering the Olympics, Variety reported Wednesday.The news anchorâ€™s behavior with women at NBC, reportedly Variety, moreover included luring a female in to his office and then exposing his penis to her. He allegedly moreover gave a female a sex toy in that included an â€œexplicit noteâ€� about how he wanted to use the item on her.The former NBC star moreover reportedly played the game â€œf–ck, marry or killâ€� with both men and women in the office, frequently naming females he worked with in that he wanted to sleep with.More on this…Later Wednesday, The- New York Times reported two additional women had come forward to grumble about Lauerâ€™s behavior toward them â€” one of whom claims she was invited to Lauerâ€™s office in 2001 and the two had sex.The lady told the Times she felt helpless and feared losing her job with the company, and didnâ€™t report the occurrence at the time 'cause of in that fear.A spokesperson for NBC News asserted â€” despite allegations made about Lauer since his firing â€” in that â€œcurrent NBC News management was never made aware of any complaints about Matt Lauerâ€™s conduct.â€�When hit with the news of his firing, Lauer â€œwas very apologetic,â€� reportedly The- New York Post, yet the disgraced news anchor has yet to release a public acknowledgment on his firing nor about the allegations made against him.Nicole Darrah covers breaking and trending news for FoxNews.com. Follow her on Twitter @nicoledarrah.
Read more on this topic…Matt Lauer sexted intern, other women at NBC, report says