Former “At the moment” present host Matt Lauer has lowered the asking worth for his Hamptons property by $2.15 million simply 9 months after itemizing the property for $14.9 million, and 4 months after sexual assault allegations led NBC to can him from his high-paying gig.
The disgraced NBC host owns the palatial eight,000-square-foot property along with his estranged spouse, Annette Roque, who has reportedly been residing within the Hamptons with the pair’s kids after kicking Lauer out following the intercourse scandal.
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The colonial-style six-bedroom, six-bathroom house sits on 25 acres of manicured garden within the prosperous Sag Harbor space of Lengthy Island and incorporates a 70-foot heated pool, a pool home, a moist bar, a tennis courtroom and a secret backyard.
No phrase on if any of the mansion’s rooms sports activities a “secret door button.”
The residence, listed by Susan Breitenbach of the Corcoran Group, does, nevertheless, boast spectacular options like a “beautiful Emmanuel Babled limited-edition chandelier, a separate eating room with hand-painted Gracie wallpaper,” and “cathedral ceilings and genuine barn beams,” in response to the Trulia itemizing.
A part of the compound was reportedly bought by Lauer a yr after his marriage in 1999. Annette purchased the remaining 10.6 acres across the identical time for $935,000, Newsday reviews.
The mixed property has been in the marketplace since mid-2016, in response to a report, however could also be struggling to discover a purchaser just lately due to the bombshell allegations that led to Lauer’s termination from NBC in November 2017. The huge house was the place Lauer retreated to after the intercourse scandal was made public.
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The previous “At the moment” present host was accused of sexual harassment by a number of girls at NBC. Lauer was set free of his $20 million a yr contract after a number of girls and colleagues claimed he uncovered his penis, made lewd remarks and stored intercourse toys in his workplace.