A video of late Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine has finally been released to the public.
The video, released Thursday, was played in open court as evidence at the preliminary hearing for Ford’s former driver Alexander “Sandro” Lisi. Ford had denied the tape’s existence before his death. Ford died of cancer in March 2016 after chemotherapy was ineffective.
WARNING: The following video contains graphic language and illicit drug use. Intended for adult viewers. Viewer discretion is advised:
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