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By Jon Swaine , New York. The embattled Mayor of Toronto, who admitted smoking crack cocaine , has been accused by his staff of partying with a prostitute on a drink- and drug-fuelled St Patrick's Day rampage. Rob Ford swigged from a bottle of vodka, snorted cocaine, popped a prescription painkiller and even launched a racist tirade at a taxi driver, aides told police.
The new allegations came after Mr Ford, an Independent conservative, rejected fresh calls for him to take a leave of absence or resign from his position as chief executive of Canada's biggest city. Staff members, who were interviewed by officers investigating reports that the mayor had been recorded on video smoking crack, recalled a chaotic evening on 17 March By 9pm, Mr Ford had already drunk half of a bottle of vodka and was found by staff members in his office with a woman who "may have been an escort or prostitute", one aide said.
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Mr Ford is married with two children. When the mayor's group was dropped at their destination he "started calling the taxi driver a 'Paki'", impersonated his accent and hurled business cards at him, it is alleged.
A waiter serving Mr Ford's group told police he saw the mayor and a female guest sniffing something and was told by one of his aides: After returning to his office at City Hall, taking an OxyContin and allegedly showering a female aide with explicit sexist abuse, Mr Ford was bundled into a taxi and driven home, one aide told police. However once they arrived, he "jumped out of the taxi, jumped into his own car, reversed it very quickly almost hitting the taxi", and left for an unknown destination.