Filed Under “Here’s Your Sign” ~ When Planning a FALSE Rape Accusation

…make sure to erase the steamy post-coital text messages suggesting you meet again for more.

Kelly cleared

‘Mutual lust’ nixes claim by rape accuser

Manhattan prosecutors will not seek rape charges against Greg Kelly, the TV talk-show host and son of Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, stemming from a complaint filed by a 29-year-old woman, authorities said last night.

The case was over nearly as soon as it started — after it surfaced that his aspiring-model accuser, Maria Di Toro, engaged in steamy texting with him after their sexual encounter, suggesting they get together again, sources said.

“Those aren’t the words of a woman raped,’’ one law-enforcement source flatly told The Post.

Another source said the later texts showed that “the lustfulness for each other was mutual’’ and added that it should be “no surprise’’ that the investigation was dropped.

“Between her story, her texts, his story, the small amount of alcohol [involved that night], there was just no evidence,’’ the source said. “The only theory was that she was physically helpless, not forced, but there was no proof that she was in a drunken stupor.’’

I do not get these women. Notch your bedpost with the score and get over it.

As a fellow Marine who followed Greg’s reporting during the first Gulf War, I am delighted (but not surprised) for him.

I hope he can sue the pants off of her.

6 Responses to “Filed Under “Here’s Your Sign” ~ When Planning a FALSE Rape Accusation”

  1. Skyler says:

    The investigation was dropped? Seems to me it should accelerate by prosecuting her!

  2. JeffS says:

    I hope he can sue the pants off of her.

    Why not? Maybe she’ll keep them on next time.

  3. Bill N says:

    I’m with Skyler. She should be charged prosecuted and sentenced to exactly as much time as a rapist would get.

  4. Yojimbo says:

    Wonder if this would have gone the same way if he were not the son of the Police Commissioner? Just asking.

  5. Larry says:

    Having her pants off was the thing that started all the trouble in the first place.

  6. Gary from Jersey says:

    The Post says she won’t be charged because she believes her story. Welcome to New York.

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