The British woman left her homeland several years ago, fled to Syria and joined Daesh.
According to the report, US intelligence officials said they could not be absolutely certain Jones was killed in the drone strike, because there was no effort to recover her DNA, but were "confident" that she is dead.
Jone's jihadi husband, Junaid Hussain, was killed in a 2015 drone strike. Spokesman Maj Adrian Rankine-Galloway said, "I do not have any information that would substantiate that report but that could change and we are looking into this".
Broadcasting from NY, the LBC presenter said: "It's all well and good the government saying these people are legitimate targets".
What did she do for the group?She was nicknamed the "White Widow" after this. She gradually became a key recruiter for ISIS and soon topped the US kill-list. He was aged 21.
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She amazed onlookers by swimming alongside it before calmly lifting it out the pool, over and wall and dropping it into the sea. I was just thinking he was trapped in this rock pool and I needed to help him out".
The world's most wanted female terrorist was recently killed by a United States drone in Syria.
Jones had recruited Western girls to the so-called Islamic State after travelling to Syria in 2013.
Born in Greenwich, London, she encouraged individuals to carry out attacks in Britain, offering guidance on how to construct home-made bombs.
Jones also posted messages in support of IS as well as extremist comments such as: "You Christians all need beheading with a nice blunt knife and stuck on the railings at Raqqa ..." In another photograph she waved an AK 47, wearing a face veil. Jones also allowed her son Jojo to take part in a propaganda video where he was apparently shooting a hostage in the back of the head with other young children.
According to the newspaper report, the source said that her son, Joe Dixon, had not been specifically targeted by the missile strike, as he would not have been regarded as a combatant. However, public sentiment was against her and a petition which called for a ban on her ever returning to the country received more than 18,000 signatures.