Matt Lauer has continued to stay in the news following his Nov. 2017 firing from NBC's "Today." Not only has the former anchor faced a rape allegation from Brooke Nevils, which he responded to in an open letter, but he has also had other details about his time at the network included in Ronan Farrow's book "Catch and Kill."

Now, a new report alleges that he also intentionally "snubbed" a recent invitation to a special event.

According to Radar Online, Lauer decided to skip a memorial service for former TV executive Bill Bolster. The decision to refrain from attending the service angered some as Bolster gave Lauer "one of his first breaks at a local NBC station."

"Matt didn't attend - and it speaks volumes of who he is," a source close to the situation told the publication, adding, "Bill knew Matt when he had no money. Matt was close to the whole Bolster family, but he still didn't bother to show up." The insider also revealed that they believe the ex-NBC employee has "no life now" and that "his arrogance is exactly the problem."

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This is not the first time someone close to Lauer has expressed their feelings about him in recent months. In October, reports surfaced that he had been "ghosted" by one of his ex-colleagues following the rape accusation and that his former co-anchor Ann Curry could "destroy" him if she decided to break her silence.

Additionally, Katie Couric, who he worked with on "Today," is also preparing to release a tell-all in 2021 titled "Unexpected," which is said to have him "paralyzed with fear."

As for how he has attempted to mitigate any damage to his reputation, he allegedly had considered giving his first interview to Tamron Hall. However, at this time, he has only resurfaced on his daughter's social media accounts and in an off-the-record interview.