As expected, last night the Manhattan DA formally declined to press charges against "Good Day New York" host Greg Kelly, who was accused of raping a woman in her office last October. And the NY Post wasted no time identifying his accuser: They say name her is Maria di Toro, and there are some glamor shots of her here. Di Toro has yet to issue a public statement, but last night reporters confronted her mother outside her Port Washington, Long Island home.

The Daily News reports that di Toro's mother was reportedly "visibly angry" at what she called the media's "slander" of "an innocent woman." She then told reporters to leave because she was going to call the cops. "In this town (they) do what they're supposed to do." Earlier that day, Martha Bashford, the Chief of the Sex Crimes Unit, had sent a letter [pdf] to Kelly's attorney, in which she explained:

The investigation included interviewing numerous relevant fact and expert witnesses, and reviewing multiple items of physical evidence, including, but not limited to, receipts, security logs, text messages and telephone records. Among those witnesses were the complainant and your client, both of whom were cooperative and interviewed in the first days of the investigation. After reviewing all of the evidence, we have determined that the facts established during our investigation do not fit the definitions of sexual assault crimes under New York criminal law. Therefore, no charges are appropriate.

A presumably relieved Kelly promptly issued a statement saying he looks forward to "resuming my post on Good Day New York" next to "Rosanna Scotto, my co-host. I will always remember her kindness, and I look forward to soon resuming my post on Good Day New York next to her.” Kelly also said, "I am thankful that the investigation established what I've known all along, that I am innocent of the allegations that were waged against me. I am so blessed to have a wonderful family and friends whose support for me never wavered... Thank you to the thousands of Good Day New York viewers who expressed positive support through social media."

It's unclear when Kelly will resurface on Fox 5. As for di Toro, sources tell the Post she won't be charged. "There are no plans to prosecute her because [authorities] don’t believe she is lying," says the source. "She never wavered from her story that she was too drunk to consent." Another source says di Toro, whose brother is an NYPD sergeant, "Got caught [cheating] by her boyfriend, and then he forces her hand: ‘If you’re not lying, you better report.'"