NEW YORK — A son of New York City's police commissioner is returning this week to his job as host of a popular morning television talk show after learning he won't face criminal charges despite being accused of raping a woman.
Greg Kelly took a leave of absence after the allegations surfaced last month. He co-hosts "Good Day New York" on the local Fox affiliate WNYW-TV. The station confirmed Wednesday he would return Friday.
Kelly's dad is New York Police Department Commissioner Raymond Kelly. Manhattan prosecutors say in a letter to the younger Kelly's attorney there was no cause to charge him.
The woman says she met Kelly on a street and went out for drinks with him but was too drunk to consent to sex. Prosecutors won't charge her with false reporting.