Matt Lauer listed his Manhattan Apartment for $7.35 Million after four months of termination from Today after the allegation of sexual misconduct. Looks like he is in serious financial crisis.
Matt Lauer has decided to put the Manhattan apartment on the market for $7.35 million roughly 4 months after he was fired from his Today job learning sexual misconduct allegation.
As per the source, this the same apartment where NBC boss Andy Lack visited Lauer in last November to deliver the news that he was fired from Today’s office with the rise of his sexual misconduct allegation. He was reported to be violating the workplace rules & regulation harassing women working in the show.
Former Today’s co-anchor Lauer bought the four-bedroom for $5.882 million in 2004, as per property records. It is located at East 64th Street near Central Park. The apartment also features huge living room with 3 big windows, a fireplace, and custom bookshelves.
If the property is sold at the listed price, he will make the profit around $1.47 million. The surplus might help him to solve his financial problem.
Moreover, the disgraced newsman’s Upper East Side home where his estranged wife Annette Roque visit him on weekends is too in the market. The Hamptons estate in New York was originally listed at $18 million, it has now cut down to $12.75 million.
They way he rush to sell his property we can clearly assume that he is in serious financial obstacles. He was his property to be sold even he has to go below the original price. It looks as if it's his only way to solve his financial crises.