"The question is open as to whether they put dollars ahead of decency, about whether they were more interested in protecting their star anchor more than the women at their company," Kelly told Carson. "There needs to be an outside investigation into this company."
"They investigated themselves," she continued. "That doesn't work. Fox News had an outside investigator. CBS News had an outside investigator, NPR, the NFL. This is how it's done. You get someone on the outside who can be trusted."
"Because here what Ronan is suggesting is that they covered up for one sexual predator, Harvey Weinstein, in order to protect another, Matt Lauer. They deny all of this," Kelly said. "And NBC has put out several statements saying that Ronan is a conspiracy theorist and this is all nonsense and he's got an axe to grind."
"But if that's true and there's nothing to hide, then get an outside investigator," Kelly added.
It's almost an entire year since Kelly was fired from NBC following the blackface scandal last October. If you recall, Kelly received major backlash when she asked "what is racist" about wearing blackface for Halloween.
Kelly -- who attempted to rebrand herself on a self-titled hour of the "Today" show after years at Fox News -- was terminated just two days after she made the controversial comments on live television.
NBC has denied many of the allegations made in Ronan Farrow's book.