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Rob Ford's lawyer says the Toronto mayor will take a leave of absence to get help for substance abuse, amid new allegations ...
involving drugs and alcohol. Dennis Morris won't say what kind of treatment Ford is getting.
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Rob Ford's lawyer says the Toronto mayor will take a leave of absence to seek help for substance abuse.Dennis Morris would not say what steps his client will take. The Toronto Sun reports Ford will nonetheless remain on the ballot for the Oct. 27 mayoral election.The announcement came as the Sun and the Globe and Mail published fresh allegations about the mayor.The Globe published a story saying two reporters viewed a new video of Ford allegedly smoking crack cocaine, filmed early Saturday morning.And the Sun reported it has obtained an audio recording of the mayor making lewd comments about election rival Karen Stintz. Ford has denied allegations he is addicted to drugs or alcohol, but has admitted to using crack cocaine during his tenure.