Brokaw sent an email to his NBC News colleagues this morning saying he is "angry, hurt and unmoored," offering his rebuttal to former NBC News correspondent Linda Vester's sexual harassment allegations. Brokaw said he did visit her hotel room and her apartment in the 1990s, but her story is wrong. His attempt to kiss her, he said, was a "perfunctory goodnight kiss" on the cheek when he was leaving. "My NBC colleagues are bewildered that Vester, who had limited success at NBC News, a modest career at Fox and a reputation as a colleague who had trouble with the truth was suddenly the keeper of the flame of journalistic integrity," he says in the email. Brokaw, who did not address the anonymous accuser in The Washington Post's article, added: "I am not a perfect person. I’ve made mistakes, personally and professionally. But as I write this at dawn on the morning after a drive by shooting by Vester, the Washington Post and Variety, I am stunned by the free ride given a woman with a grudge against NBC News, no distinctive credentials or issue passions while at FOX." Brokaw said Vester "came to Me:Too late," and criticized her for not calling him in advance to discusses her issues with him. "Instead she became a character assassin," he wrote. "Strip away all of the hyperbole and what has she achieved? What was her goal? Hard to believe it wasn’t much more Look At Me than Me:Too." ALSO: Brokaw cancels commencement speech amid sexual harassment allegations.