Toronto mayor denies he smokes crack cocaine

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The mayor of Toronto is speaking out, a week after claims he was seen on video taking a hit from a crack pipe.

In a press conference on Friday, Rob Ford denied that he was addicted to crack cocaine.

The video, which no one has been able to verify if it’s even authentic, has only been viewed by three journalists.  It is allegedly in the possession of drug dealers who are shopping it around in exchange for cash.

Ford denies the existence of the tape, which also allegedly included him using racial and homophobic slurs.

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