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Toronto Star reports Rob Ford was abusive while in rehab
The paper claims it spoke to fellow patients and staffers of GreeneStone Healthcare where mayor Ford spent two months in rehab
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According to a report from the Toronto Star, Rob Ford's stay at rehab wasn't an easy time for him and apparently, he affected the stay of other patients.

The Star claims the mayor was verbally abusive and was kicked out of his group therapy program at GreeneStone.

The paper claims the allegations come from people who have knowledge about his 2-month stay at the facility in Muskoka. More specifically, the paper says they spoke to a fellow patient and a staffer who requested to remain anonymous to protect the confidentiality of the treatment facility.

One source alleges that Ford broke things and got into fights with other residents, adding that some residents felt intimidated by him. Management was also allegedly concerned that the mayor was still drinking and using drugs while there.

The report states that police were called to GreeneStone to deal with an incident while Rob Ford was there, but it's not known if Ford was involved in that particular incident.

In an email interview with The Star, the president of GreeneStone Healthcare and part owner Shawn Leon said he would not discuss Rob Ford's stay there.

The paper says Ford's office did not respond to their request for comment.

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According to a report from the Toronto Star, Rob Ford's stay at rehab wasn't an easy time for him and apparently, he affected the stay of other patients.

The Star claims the mayor was verbally abusive and was kicked out of his group therapy program at GreeneStone.

The paper claims the allegations come from people who have knowledge about his 2-month stay at the facility in Muskoka. More specifically, the paper says they spoke to a fellow patient and a staffer who requested to remain anonymous to protect the confidentiality of the treatment facility.

One source alleges that Ford broke things and got into fights with other residents, adding that some residents felt intimidated by him. Management was also allegedly concerned that the mayor was still drinking and using drugs while there.

The report states that police were called to GreeneStone to deal with an incident while Rob Ford was there, but it's not known if Ford was involved in that particular incident.

In an email interview with The Star, the president of GreeneStone Healthcare and part owner Shawn Leon said he would not discuss Rob Ford's stay there.

The paper says Ford's office did not respond to their request for comment.

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