New Details Emerge in Greg Kelly Alleged Rape Case

It’s the “he said-she said” case that has captivated a city. Greg Kelly, son of the NYPD’s commissioner, was accused of rape last week. Kelly hasn’t returned to his anchoring duties on Good Day New York on WNYW/Channel 5 since the bombshell exploded.

There are some new alleged details. Reports say Kelly and the woman (by one account 29, by others 30 years old) had the October 8 tryst at Jeremy’s Ale House located at the South Street Seaport.

Gothamist reports Kelly claims to have flirtatious text messages from the unidentified woman after the encounter, including lines like: “Was it as nice for you?” and “Do you want to do it again?”

The New York Post delves deeper, saying the texts exchanged before and after the alleged rape were explicit in nature. The source telling the Post: “They talked about what they wanted to do to each other. It was two days of foreplay.”

The Manhattan District Attorney’s office is expected to make quick work of the case.  The Daily News has learned the probe could be wrapped up by the end of the week, but “no later than next week.”