NBC News chairman Andrew Lack released a 4,488-word internal memo on Monday saying Farrow's reporting on Harvey Weinstein was not "fit for broadcast." Lack added: “We spent eight months pursuing the story but at the end of that time, NBC News — like many others before us — still did not have a single victim or witness willing to go on the record... But Farrow did not agree with that standard. That’s where we parted ways — agreeing to his request to take his reporting to a print outlet that he said was ready to move forward immediately.” Farrow fired back hours later, in a statement posted to Twitter, saying Lack's memo "contains numerous false or misleading statements." Farrow added that NBC's “list of sources is incomplete and omits women who were either identified in the NBC story or offered to be" and "the suggestion to take the story to another outlet was first raised by NBC, not me, and I took them up on it only after it became clear that I was being blocked from further reporting.” ALSO: Weinstein accuser Emily Nester contradicts "shameful" NBC, backs Farrow's version of events.