Ultimately, the district attorney decided to drop the charges.Gregory Raymond "Greg" Kelly (born December 17, 1968) is an American broadcast journalist. Previously, he was the co-host of Fox and Friends and White House correspondent for Fox News. His reporting assignments have brought him back to Iraq numerous times, as well as to Gaza, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and Kuwait. After a two-week investigation, District Attorney investigators determined that no crime had been committed. Kelly was the first television journalist to broadcast live pictures of U. Two days later, Kelly captured another exclusive during the storming of Saddam Hussein's presidential palace. In January-February 2012 Kelly was investigated by the Manhattan District Attorney's office following an accusation of sexual assault. In the late 1990s, Kelly was an anchor for the morning news program at ABC affiliate WIVT-TV in Binghamton, New York, where he secured an exclusive interview with then U. He received a minor shrapnel wound to the face when a mortar round exploded near him while crossing the Euphrates River with the 3rd Infantry Division on March 31, 2003. Information Minister Muhammad Said al-Sahhaf, a.k.a. Baghdad Bob, was shown at one of his press conferences saying that Coalition forces were not in Baghdad, Fox News was showing, in split screen, reporter Kelly riding a tank through the city. While attending Fordham, Kelly worked at WFUV as an on-air reporter.When local Fox reporter Anna Gilligan went to New Jersey’s Action Park to try out the new Tarzan rope swing, she got more than she bargained for in the form of some inappropriate comments from anchor Greg Kelly.“I don’t know which is scarier, the ride of taking off my clothes,” Gilligan said before taking the plunge."The moment he became available, it was clear to me that he would be a great addition to our team." Kelly, the 43-year-old son of Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, will replace Harry Martin, who will remain a co-anchor on WWOR My9 at 10 p.m., and Ernie Anastos, who will continue to co-host the 5 p.m. Kelly's new job comes a few months after the Manhattan DA investigated rape charges against him.The DA declined to press charges in February, and Kelly returned to the show a few days later after a brief hiatus.
After getting out of the water, a self-conscious Gilligan, who admitted it was "scary" that she had to strip to a two-piece on air, was subjected to some awkward comments from Kelly.Greg Kelly is leaving early mornings behind and is moving to the nighttime slot on Monday, WNYW Fox 5 announced Thursday. The move comes as the station shuffles around its news personalities to make room for Dave Price, the former CBS weatherman who worked for Fox from 1999 to 2003, according to Lew Leone, the station's vice president and general manager.The "Good Day New York" co-anchor will be the sole anchor at 6 p.m. "Dave Price is an extremely talented and experienced morning news personality," Leone said in a statement.“Don’t be so frowning at me,” Kelly said in response.You may remember that the last time Kelly, who is the son of former NYPD police commissioner Ray Kelly, was in the news, it was because there was a rape allegation against him.