Former "Today" show host Matt Lauer has been in the news a lot recently. After facing intense allegations in Ronan Farrow's new book "Catch and Kill," the television personality may now be forced to take on another undesirable situation in the future.

According to Us Weekly, Ann Curry, Lauer's former "Today" show co-host, could "destroy" him if at some point she made the decision to reveal everything she knows.

"Ann has maintained a dignified silence, but a lot of people confided in her years ago and still do to this day," revealed a source, adding, "She knows more than most about the man Matt really is, and when she finally speaks out, it will destroy him."

In Farrow's new book, Curry stated that Lauer's inappropriate behavior at work was well-known during her time working alongside him between 1997 and 2012. Elaborating on that sentiment, she additionally claimed that on one specific occasion she went to higher-ups after a colleague alleged that Lauer exposed himself to her.

"I told them they had a problem in him," she said, adding, "That he had a problem with women. That they had to keep an eye on him."

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However, the complaint ultimately remained stagnant as the network executives refused to move forward without "specific" accusations. "By her own account, Curry relayed no specific complaint, nor did she say Lauer's 'problem' regarded any specific workplace misconduct," NBC News President Noah Oppenheim allegedly said in a memo sent to staff members.

Curry is not the only person to publicly question the circumstances surrounding Lauer's past behavior, as Megyn Kelly has also recently spoken out about how NBC has handled the situation.

"Show us the money. They need to release any and all Matt Lauer accusers from their confidentiality agreements. NBC says they have nothing to hide. Great, let's not hide anything. Show us all the agreements so we can see which ones pop out, and are they all women? The question is open to whether they put dollars ahead of decency," she recently said while speaking to Fox News' Tucker Carlson.

Following the string of accusations, Lauer has not only made an unexpected appearance but has also reportedly planned on getting "ahead" of the accusations by giving his first interview since being fired to NBC's Tamron Hall. However, it remains to be seen if Lauer still plans to move ahead with that appearance.

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Matt Lauer attends NBC's "Today" at Rockefeller Plaza on Nov. 20, 2012, in New York City. Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images