He’s made headlines for confronting a reporter with his fists up, calling 911 on a comedian approaching him in his driveway, flipping off a mother and her daughter who saw him talking on his cell phone while driving, and appearing drunk and being belligerent to other fans at a Toronto Maple Leafs hockey game.
Yet the latest allegations against Toronto Mayor Rob Ford may be the biggest bombshell. Ford is alleged to have smoked crack cocaine. The purported evidence? A grainy cell phone video reporters said they viewed but which hasn't been seen by the public.
A week after the allegations surfaced, Ford called a press conference to categorically deny it all.
“The only evidence we have right now is from Gawker and two Toronto Star reporters who’ve said they’ve seen the video and they’ve described it in detail,” said Don Peat, city hall bureau chief at the Toronto Sun, in an interview with Christiane Amanpour. “That’s all the evidence we have to go on because the video has not been madeRead More »from Scandal in Canada: Toronto Mayor Denies Crack Cocaine Reports