TORONTO — Allegations that Mayor Rob Ford told staff where the alleged video of him smoking crack was located are completely false, the mayor’s new interim press secretary said Thursday.
A Toronto Star story published Thursday quoted “senior aides” saying the mayor said “not to worry” about the video and then mentioned an apartment on Dixon Rd. as the potential location.
“It was all made up,” Sunny Petrujkic said. “It’s the furthest thing from the truth. It never took place.”
Same goes for the allegation staffers were deleting e-mails.
“Some of the media are just getting bored now,” he said. “I don’t think we could delete here even if we wanted to.”
Two others in the mayor’s office also said both stories were “fiction.”
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