Read the Rob Ford court documents

Toronto police say in recently released court documents that city staffers told them Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoked marijuana in front of them, used Oxycontin, hung around with a suspected prostitute, drove after drinking, and had city staff regularly pick up alcohol for him.

Warning: these documents contain graphic language

Mayor Rob Ford speaks at a city council meeting in Toronto on Thursday. (Nathan Denette/Canadian Press)

Toronto police say in court documents that city staffers told them Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoked marijuana in front of them, used Oxycontin, hung around with a suspected prostitute, drove after drinking, and had city staff regularly deliver alcohol to him, according to search warrant information made public earlier this week.

Read the documents

You can read the documents by clicking on this link:Brazen ITOs - Redacted (36MB .pdf). Warning: graphic language. Also note that the documents contain allegations not proven in court.

The latest allegations come from police interviews with Ford staffers that were blacked out when some search warrant information was first made public on Oct. 30. None of the allegations have been proven in court.

The documents also contain some graphic language that some readers may find offensive or disturbing.

Ford has repeatedly refused to step aside, even after admitting last week that he had smoked crack cocaine about a year ago while in a "drunken stupor."

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