Councillor Paul Ainslie is launching a formal complaint with the city's Integrity Commissioner over robo-calls made on Friday by Mayor Rob Ford in Ainslie's ward.
The call, which can be heard HERE, tell residents in Ward 43 that Ainslie was the only Scarborough councillor to vote against the Scarborough subway extension that was discussed last week at city council.
Ainslie did vote against the subway plan in Scarborough, instead opting to back the cheaper and funded LRT plan.
In his robo-call, Mayor Rob Ford indicated that Ainslie 'led the charge' against subways in Scarborough.
That's something that Ainslie says is completely false.
"I am here today to start the fight back against a bully and a liar. I'm here to say enough is enough with this Mayor who thinks he can get away with anything by twisting the truth, saying some of the truth or not saying it straight at all.".
Ainslie went on to call it "a blatant act of political thuggery, the likes of which have never been seen before."
On Sunday on Newstalk 1010's The City, Mayor Rob Ford dismissed Ainslie's complaints by saying he was simply telling residents about how their city councillor voted.
"He threw his constituents underneath the streetcar this time and I'll be him accountable for that," says Doug Ford who does not believe that this was campaigning for the 2014 election.
In his press conference, Ainslie also said he was going to bring his complaints to the CRTC.
Late last week, Ainslie resigned from Ford's Executive Committee.