TORONTO MAYOR'S CAR REPORTED TO BE INVOLVED IN IMPAIRED DRIVING CHARGE

May 22, 2014

By Scott Walker

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Toronto’s mayor is back in the news; or at least, his car is.

A 36 year-old woman from Muskoka Lakes has been charged with impaired driving after she was pulled over by Bracebridge OPP. She was reportedly driving Rob For’s black Cadillac Escalade SUV.

The incident is said to have taken place Tuesday afternoon, less than four kilometres from The GreenStone treatment centre where it’s believed Rob Ford is undergoing rehab.

LeeAnne McRobb admits that she was in rehab with Rob Ford but is no longer at the facility. She wouldn’t say why she was driving his vehicle.

McRobb is also shown on a separate video walking into a local towing company, where she says she wants to pick up her stuff from an impounded vehicle which is not hers.

The vehicle is being held by Northland Towing and Recovery in Bracebridge. Its owner says the SUV arrived without license plates. OPP say it’s not normal practice to remove plates from a vehicle involved in an incident.

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