New Zealand regulators are reviewing whether the former ‘Today’ show anchor violated the country’s “good character” requirement.
Fired”Today” show host Matt Lauer had utilized his $25 million yearly salary to secure a number of luxury houses through time. However, his shooting from NBC amid reports of”improper sexual behaviour” would cost him a sheep and cattle farm across Lake Hawea at New Zealand.
Lauer and his wife had bought the rental from the government that February, but his alleged misconduct could violate New Zealand’s conduct clause.
“We’re discussing that with his representative and are looking for additional information.”
Government-owned property can only be rented, not purchased, in New Zealand, which considers it a privilege for overseas persons to control or own its assets.
“A state of the permission granted to Orange Lakes Ltd to buy the rental for Hunter Valley Station is the people with control of the firm has to remain to be of excellent character,” Barrett added.
Lauer owns many houses in the vicinity of NYC, such as an Upper East Side co-op he bought in August 2004 for $5.882 million. He’s reportedly staying at the Hamptons, where he’s a 36.5 million chemical along with a 18 million mansion, because his conclusion in the morning talk show.