Updated at 5:45 p.m. ET: The Associated Press is reporting that the woman told authorities she got pregnant and had an abortion as a result of the sexual assault.
Greg Kelly, son of New York City's police commissioner, is under investigation by prosecutors and denies any wrongdoing, his lawyer said Wednesday.
NEW YORK -- The son of New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly is under investigation after a woman accused him of rape, sources tell NBC New York.
A source confirms a woman filed a sexual assault complaint against Greg Kelly, co-host of Fox 5’s "Good Day New York," with authorities at the 13th Precinct.
Details of her complaint are unknown at this time, but Greg Kelly has not been arrested or charged with any crime.
Kelly's attorney, Andrew Lankler, said that his client was aware of the investigation and strongly denied any wrongdoing.
"Mr. Kelly is aware that the New York County District Attorney's office is conducting an investigation. Mr. Kelly strenuously denies any wrongdoing of any kind, and is cooperating fully with the district attorney's investigation," Lankler said in a statement. "We know the district attorney's investigation will prove Mr. Kelly's innocence."
The District Attorney's office declined comment. An NYPD spokesman also declined comment, referring all questions to the district attorney.
The New York Times, quoting an anonymous law enforcement official, said the woman is in her late 20s or early 30s. She walked into the 13th Precinct with her sister after 8 p.m. on Tuesday and made her complaint, according to the Times.
The woman told police she met Kelly on the street, and the two had drinks together on Oct. 8, the paper reported. They then moved on to her office at a Lower Manhattan law firm. According to the Times, the woman told the cops that the rape occurred at the office. The two continued to keep in touch by phone and text message after the encounter.
Sources tell NBC New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly was approached by an unknown individual at a public event who told him that his son had “ruined my girlfriend’s life.”
The police commissioner asked him to explain, but the man said he didn’t want to discuss the issue there. Ray Kelly told him to put it in writing and send it to him.
It wasn't clear if the letter was ever sent.
Greg Kelly, 43, joined Fox News Channel in 2002 and was the White House correspondent from 2005-2007, according to his biography on WNYW's website. A Marine Corps veteran and reservist, he also covered the Iraq War, including four assignments in Baghdad.
Before that, he covered politics for local cable news channel New York 1 and was an anchor and reporter for NewsChannel 34, an ABC and NBC affiliate in Binghamton, N.Y., his bio said.
He also served for nearly a decade in the Marine Corps and is now a lieutenant colonel in its reserves.
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