Transcript of Rob Ford's controversial comments

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford threatened legal action against several people who are quoted in court documents alleging he has repeatedly used drugs and been seen with a woman who may have been a prostitute. Read the complete transcript. WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE


'I’ve never had a prostitute here. I’m very happily married at home.' - Rob Ford

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford made the following comments to group of media at city hall on Thursday morning:

“It’s unfortunate I have to take legal action. I don’t appreciate people calling Alana a prostitute. I’ve never had a prostitute here. I’m very happily married at home. This is very disturbing against my wife.

"Unfortunately I have to take legal action against Isaac Ransom and George Christopoulos and Mark Towhey. I have to take legal action against the waiter that said I was doing lines at the Bier Markt. That is outright lies. That is not true.

"You know what? But it hurts my wife when they’re calling a friend of mine a prostitute. Alana is not a prostitute. She’s a friend and it makes me sick how people are saying this.

"So unfortunately, I have no other choice. I’m the last one to take legal action. I can’t put up with it anymore.

"So, I’ve named the names. Litigation will be starting shortly. I’ve had enough. That’s why I warned you guys yesterday, be careful what you wrote, ‘kay? So, that’s all I have to say for now.

"And the next thing I want to call Mayor [Bob Bratina] in Hamilton and tell him that we’re going to have to spank the little Tigercats.

"Oh, and the last thing was, Olivia Gondek, it says that I wanted to eat her p---y, Olivia Gondek. I’ve never said that in my life to her. I would never do that. I’m happily married. I’ve got more than enough to eat at home. Thank you very much.” 


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