Three teenagers arrested in connection with a sexual assault on a woman who ran topless out of Central Park won't be facing charges, authorities said Thursday.
"As the investigation continued, prosecutors determined it was not appropriate to bring charges at this time," said a spokeswoman for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance.
Three 18-year-olds -- Shawn Martinez, Kevin Dalrymple, and Robert Gonzalez -- will not face any charges for the alleged attack in the pre-dawn hours Sunday on a 23-year-old woman who had been hanging out with them.
The woman's account of what happened had changed several times and investigators were not confident in bringing the case, sources said.
She claimed that as she was leaving the park, the men pulled her back, tore off her shirt and bra and sexually attacked her, police said. She ran out of the park topless until a passing cab driver gave her a shirt and called 911, cops said.