As details continue to emerge in the Greg Kelly case, investigators are beginning to doubt allegations made by the woman who claims that Kelly raped her.

The Manhattan District Attorney's office is leaning towards not pressing charges, after finding many holes in the woman's story, sources told The New York Post.

For one, investigators are suspicious of the three-month delay  - the incident was reported on Tuesday, while the incident reportedly occurred Oct. 8 of last year - in reporting the alleged rape to police and that the woman had stayed in contact with her supposed attacker after it happened.

Text messages and e-mails, released to investigators by Kelly, show that he and the woman kept in contact after the incident and that they were considering another rendezvous.  Kelly claims that the text messages will show that the flirtatious text messages will show that their encounter was consensual and for a sexual purpose. 

News broke Wednesday that the Good Day New York anchor was being accused of rape.

At a recent event, the woman's boyfriend approached Commissioner Ray Kelly and reportedly told the commissioner that his son had ruined his girlfriend's life. The commissioner told him to send him a letter of complaint, which the man never did, but the woman reported the incident Tuesday night to the police.

The NYPD quickly turned the case over to the District Attorney's office fearing a conflict of interest since Kelly is the son of Commissioner Kelly.

Kelly has not been on the radar since the news broke. After failing to appear on his morning show, Fox 5 station manager Lew Leone said that Kelly had requested some time off but would not elaborate.

Through his lawyer, Andrew Lankler, Kelly has advocated his innocence. In a statement released by his lawyer, Lankler said Kelly strenuously denies any wrongdoing of any kind and is cooperating fully with the district attorney's investigation.