There was quite a commotion Wednesday night in Toronto when pop star Justin Bieber (center) arrived at a police station to be charged in connection with the alleged assault on a limo driver. Alex Urosevic/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford leaves his office after councilors passed motions Monday to limit his powers. Chris Young/The Canadian Press hide caption

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Mayor Rob Ford talks during a City Council debate in Toronto on Nov. 13. Nathan Denette/AP hide caption

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is surrounded by the media as he waits for an elevator outside his office at Toronto City Hall on November 15. Geoff Robins /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mayor Rob Ford was wearing a Toronto Argonauts football jersey when at City Hall on Thursday. He was also making some rather crude comments in response to some of the latest allegations about his behavior. Mark Blinch /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford during Wednesday's contentious City Council meeting. Mark Blinch/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford as he faced reporters questions Thursday. Mark Blinch /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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When he emerged from his home Thursday morning, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford found reporters in his driveway. As they peppered him with questions, he shouted that they had to get out of his way. He didn't respond to questions about a video that allegedly shows him smoking crack. Mark Blinch /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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