Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's taxpayer-funded driver dropped him off at a crack house, police claim

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TORONTO, ONTARIO - JULY 30, 2015 - Toronto City councillor Rob Ford was in attendance for the opening of the tunnel. The tunnel to Billy Bishop City Centre Airport opened this afternoon after a morning ceremony with politicans. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - AUGUST 27: Mayor Rob Ford addressed the media in front of his office Wednesday afternoon. Toronto city council is meeting this week for the last time before the upcoming municipal election. Aug 27, 2014. (Marta Iwanek/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 11: Councillor Doug Ford arrives at Humber River Regional Hospital Thursday morning to visit his brother, Toronto mayor Rob Ford, who was admitted to the hospital and diagnosed with a tumor yesterday. (Keith Beaty/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON- JUNE 30 - After a seven week paid leave of absence Toronto Mayor Rob Ford returns to office and delivers an speech about Greenstone and then delivering stump speech at City Hall in Toronto. June 30, 2014. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - JULY 30: Mayor Rob Ford takes questions at a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the refurbishment of Brookdale Park's playground. Toronto, July 30, 2014. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO - JULY 15 - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford arrives at the venue. Toronto Mayoral debate on July 15, 2014, at Global Kingdom Ministries in Scarborough where Toronto Mayor Rob Ford participates in his first debate since returning after a stay in substance abuse rehab. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - JULY 15: Mayor Rob Ford addresses his supporters and the audience at the Toronto mayoral debate held at Global Kingdom Ministries, organized by the Canadian Tamil Congress. July 15, 2014. (David Cooper/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON- JULY 25 - Kevin Searle is called Ford or Mayor at work. In the midst of an election campaign, Mayor Rob Ford stages another 'family' barbecue called Fordfest in a city-owned park in Scarborough. July 25, 2014. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON- JULY 25 - Mayor Rob Ford moves through the crowds. In the midst of an election campaign, Mayor Rob Ford stages another 'family' barbecue called Fordfest in a city-owned park in Scarborough. July 25, 2014. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON- APRIL 17 - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford wraps up his speech as he launches his re-election campaign at the Toronto Congress Centre in Toronto. April 17, 2014. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - APRIL 24 - Mayor Rob Ford and Toronto Police Inspector Randy Carter walking to stage at the Community Safety Award winners at City Hall in Toronto, April 24, 2014. (Vince Talotta/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - JULY 28 - Amin Massoudi (left) who works in the Mayors office and councillor Doug Ford find a spot near the back of the room during the debate. A mayors debate was held at Presteign Woodbine United Church with Olivia Chow, Rob Ford, David Soknacki, Karen Stintz and John Tory on July 28, 2014. (Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - JULY 28 - Mayor Rob Ford speaks during the debate. A mayors debate was held at Presteign Woodbine United Church with Olivia Chow, Rob Ford, David Soknacki, Karen Stintz and John Tory on July 28, 2014. (Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - JULY 25: Mayor Rob Ford greets supporters. In the midst of an election campaign, Mayor Rob Ford stages another 'family' barbecue called Fordfest in a city-owned park in Scarborough. July 25, 2014. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - JULY 17: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford holds a press conference where he highlights spending at Waterfront Toronto. The presser was held in the Member's Lounge at City Hall in Toronto. July 17, 2014. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - JULY 10 - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford dips his head into a chair while laughing with another councillor during council meeting at city hall, July 10, 2014. (Bernard Weil/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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By RYAN GORMAN

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's sister told police his taxpayer-funded driver dropped him off last spring at a crack house, according to newly unsealed documents.

The affidavit was cracked open Wednesday by an Ontario judge and first reported by the National Post. None of the claims have ben proven in court, but they provide yet another glimpse into the possible extent of Ford's addiction.

Kathy Ford made the shocking admission during questioning by Toronto Police as they attempted to track down cellphone video that reportedly showed the mayor of Canada's largest city, and her, smoking crack.

The documents were opened as investigators worked to obtain a warrant for one of three cellphones believed to contain the video, according to the paper.

The admitted drug addict told police that Ford's city driver dropped him off at her home April 26 to smoke crack with her.

He "arrived at the house intoxicated," she told police, "He was brought there by his driver "Jerry."

The video, which Gawker once tried to crowdsource funding to obtain, was shot that night.

Also shown in the footage was Alexander "Sandro" Lisi, an accused drug dealer and known-Ford acquaintance, according to the Post.

Reporter Robyn Doolittle, who wrote a book on the Fords, is said to have told police that the men who showed her the tape went by the names "Jugga" and "S. Pablo."

Jugga, who was later discovered by police to be accused drug dealer Michael James, is believed to have shot the infamous video.

Kathy Ford's adult daughter was asleep upstairs in her bedroom while the depraved pair smoked crack in her basement, she admitted.

Authorities claim the phones will prove Rob Ford's culpability.

"I believe that the ... video will be found on one of JAMES' mobile devices, and that it may provide evidence of drug trafficking and drug possession against JAMES and/or drug possession against Robert FORD," an investigator wrote, according to the Post.

Investigators also believe the phones may show evidence Rob Ford assaulted Lisi, but no charges have been filed since the warrants were issued June 9.

The troubled mayor has since dropped out of his bid for re-election as he battles a rare form of cancer.

Brother Doug Ford has since taken his place on the ballot.

Rob Ford Drops Out of Toronto Mayoral Race

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