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Greg kelly

A bracing taste of Local TV News.
Today is a very good day for the writers on The Soup.
Greg Kelly, entertaining news personality and son of police commissioner Ray Kelly had his final day as the co-host of Good Day New York this morning. And like Ann Curry, there was tears. Also, handcuffs.
Greg Kelly, the gaffe-prone son of police commissioner Ray Kelly last in the news when he was accused of rape, is leaving the morning show The Soup so loves to mock.
The paper's response to criticisms of their coverage of the Greg Kelly rape accusations reflects a piercing hatred for basic literacy and is a new low, even for the Limbo of tabloids.
After successfully fending off a heavy rape allegation, life is back to normal for Good Day New York co-host Greg Kelly, son of NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly.
Should the woman who filed a criminal complaint accusing Greg Kelly of rape herself be charged, now that the DA has declined to prosecute the Good Day New York host?
Greg Kelly won't be charged with rape, and the tabloids have wasted no time identifying his rape accuser.
"The facts established during our investigation do not fit the definition of sexual assault crimes," Cyrus Vance Jr.'s office wrote in a letter to Kelly's lawyer.
An unidentified woman filed a complaint against Kelly more than a week ago, but investigators have still not spoken to Kelly, who maintains his innocence through his attorney.
Unidentified NYPD sources say the woman accusing Commissioner Ray Kelly's son of rape has no case.
Sources are being even more clear-cut about those texts, which occurred before and after the alleged rape: “The texts were explicit. They were sexual. They talked about what they wanted to do to each other."
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