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If you are used to watching NBC then, Brooke Nevils must not be a new name to you. Brooke Nevils is a famous NBC Journalist. The multitalented journalist is also a Television Producer for 30 Rockefeller Plaza.
Brooke Nevils was born on August 10, 1984. She is among the two children born to Randy Nevils and his wife, Karen Nevils. Her father, Randy Nevils, is from Indiana and now resides in Illinois. Her mother, Karen, was originally from Illinois. She passed away in 2017. She graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2007 with a double major in Political Science and the Writing Seminars.
Relationship Status of Brooke Nevils
Brooke Nevils is living a happy, engaged life with her fiance in the United States. Brooke is in a romantic relationship with Luke Thompson. The love birds have been dating each other for some time.
The exact information about their first meeting is not known to the public. They have been engaged for more than two years. Brooke had a private engagement ceremony. Only a few members from both the families and some close friends attended the beautiful ceremony.
Net Worth and Earnings of Brooke Nevils
Brooke Nevils has an estimated net worth of more than $2 Million. She has accumulated most of her net worth through her successful career of working as a Journalist and some through her settlement. Harry Smith is a well-known NBC Correspondent with a net worth of $5 Million.
Her former profession at NBC also served her an income of around $72,000 to $138,613. Her long career as a journalist and experience catapults her to the top of the pyramid.
While at NBC, she was a page for NBC's flagship morning show, The Today Show, where Matt Lauer was a news anchor until sexual misconduct allegations saw him ousted in 2017. She later worked in an associate researcher capacity, producing segments for the weekend edition.
Brookes Accusation of Sexual Assult
Brooke was not much famous while working with the NBC. She rose to fame in mid-2017 after she filed a sexual assault case against her former Show Producer, Matt Lauer. NBC terminated his contract in November 2017. after NBC reported receiving "a detailed complaint from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace."
While initially, Brooke's name was not published in the media. Brooke accused Matt of sexually harassing her during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, and that the harassment continued after returning to New York. Matt initially rejected the accusations.
"Over the past two years, Nevils had attempted suicide," Farrow wrote in his book, out Tuesday. "She's been hospitalized for post-traumatic stress disorder, descended into heavy drinking, pulled herself back."
In late 2019, Both the party agreed and withdrew the case. Sources claim that Brooke accepts a seven-figure settlement to remove the case. As of now, both of them are living a happy life on their own. Several accusations were made before this.
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