I can't believe he is already out of jail. This guy is a monster. I wonder how long before he does it again? http://www.nydailynews.com/news/us_world/2007/11/24/2007-11-24_richkid_rapist_alex_kelly_released_from_.html Rich-kid rapist Alex Kelly released from prison after serving 10 years BY MELISSA GRACE DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER Saturday, November 24th 2007, 4:00 AM AP Alex Kelly in an undated photo provided by the Bridgeport Correctional Center Rich-kid rapist Alex Kelly, the infamous high school wrestling star who fled to Europe after sexually assaulting two Connecticut teens in 1986, was freed Saturday after serving 10 years in jail. Kelly, 40, walked out of the Bridgeport Correctional Center at 7:05 a.m. He was later outfitted with a GPS ankle-monitoring bracelet, officials said. A woman who answered the door at the newly minted ex-con's family home in Darien, Conn., declined comment. Kelly spent eight years as a well-heeled fugitive in Europe, allegedly bankrolled by his wealthy parents, Melanie and Joseph Kelly. His parents were never charged. On the eve of his 1987 trial, Kelly skipped out on $200,000 bail. He traveled to 15 countries and lived in upscale ski resorts until 1995, when he surrendered to Swiss authorities and was extradited to the U.S. Calls to the home of Kelly's parents and his lawyer's office were not returned. The case was made into a CBS television movie and profiled by high-society scribe Dominick Dunne on Court TV. Kelly was convicted of the rapes in 1997. At a parole hearing two years ago, Kelly apologized and said he committed the crimes because he dreamed of a life full of girlfriends and because he was "hypercompetitive." He said he believed the world owed him something. Kelly was co-captain of the Darien High School wrestling team when he attacked the women. Kelly's 2005 parole bid was denied after the victims described the attacks as terrorizing. A week after Kelly's conviction, one of his victims, Adrienne Bak Ortolano, who was 16 when he attacked her, spoke publicly. "I'm a rape survivor," said Ortolano, then a 27-year-old pharmaceutical sales representative, after testifying at a second trial. The first ended in a hung jury. Ortolano said she was scared during the years Kelly was on the lam - too afraid even to answer her own door. "I have been living in constant fear since I was 16 years old," Ortolano said at the time. "I may look okay, but inside I'm not okay. I will never be okay." She could not be reached for comment yesterday. Kelly was convicted of sexual assault 11 years after he attacked Ortolano in the back of his girlfriend's Jeep on Feb. 10, 1986, after a high school party. He pleaded no contest to raping a 17-year-old Stamford girl four days later. He received no extra jail time in that case. Kelly was sentenced to 16 years behind bars but was sprung early for good behavior. He will be on probation for five years and must register as a convicted sex offender.