According to a stunning new report, Matt Lauer is taking full advantage of his mostly single status.
He's been given the heave-ho by his wife and he's managed to find multiple women who either don't have access to the Internet and/or don't seem to care that the former Today Show host is an alleged rapist.
No, it's true.
Let's not forget that Matt Lauer is accused of raping someone.
We say all this because a source tells Radar Online that Lauer is "casually dating several ladies in the Hamptons."
That's where he's been holed ever since he was fired by NBC about a year ago.
Lauer, as we're sure you recall, was given the pink slip due to numerous allegations of sexual abuse and misconduct, including accusations that he sent colleagues sex toys and touched them inappropriately.
The disgraced reported has denied many of these claims, with the exception of the affair with Addie Zinone -- considering this former underling has gone on record with her and Lauer's relationship.
“As far as Matt is concerned, he had a consensual affair and he’s been punisher," Radar Online writes. "Now he’s moving forward with his life."
Has he changed at all?
Has he arrived at any conclusions about his behavior and how he maybe ought to respeect women more and not act like a spoiled and presumptious jack ass at all times?
Nope. It doesn't sound that way.
"Matt is still Matt," an insider tells Radar.
In other words: The guy still likes to bang women!
Lauer has been “getting pretty serious” with a “blonde in her 20s," this source says, without dropping her name.
“They’re even planning a winter getaway to New Zealand when it gets cold on the east coast."
Lauer certainly does have a lot of time on his hands and he still has a lot of money in his bank account, too -- the horny A-Hole was banking over $20 million per year before NBC tossed his walking papers in his face.
He's also still married to Annette Roque, but that's a mere technicality at this point.
Shortly after news of his firing and his affair broke, a handful of outlets wrote that Lauer and Roque had been living separate lives for years.
“She wants to be done with him,” a source previously told Radar, adding:
“When Matt gets lonely he wants to get back together with her, and she doesn’t want that at all.
"The only two things Annette wants from Matt is her money, and to tell him good riddance once and for all.”
Lauer has worked at NBC since 1997 before his very unceremonious firing.
NBC News Chairman Andrew Lack confirmed it at the time, told the public that he had received a complaint of sexual harassment against Lauer and strongly believed this complaint was NOT an isolated incident.
"Our highest priority is to create a workplace environment where everyone feels safe and protected, and to ensure that any actions that run counter to our core values are met with consequences, no matter who the offender," said Lack last November, adding:
"We are deeply saddened by this turn of events. But we will face it together as a news organization – and do it in as transparent a manner as we can."