1. Matt LauerSource:Getty
Lauer was fired from the “Today Show” after a NBC News employee filed a claim saying Lauer harassed her for months, beginning at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. After the initial report, multiple women came forward also saying that Lauer engaged in inappropriate work behavior including assault and harassment.
2. John ConyersSource:Getty
Conyers, a once senior ranking member in the House of Representatives, resigned amid multiple allegations of sexual harassment. “My legacy can’t be compromised or diminished in any way by what we’re going through now. This, too, shall pass. My legacy will continue through my children,” Conyers said.
3. Al FrankenSource:Getty
The embattled democratic senator from Minnesota resigned after several women came forward accusing the former SNL cast member of sexual misconduct. Franken took the senate floor to announce his decision, while also pointing out several prominent GOP leaders who have also troublesome allegations.