Doug Ford staunchly denies report he sold hash in 80s - 2013-05-25

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F0.png Doug Ford staunchly denies report he sold hash in 80s May 25, 2013, CityNews

Coun. Doug Ford says that a report in the Globe and Mail accusing him of being a hash dealer in the 1980s is "100 per cent false" and the fallout has devastated his family.

"Did I buy a joint like every other teenager? Yes. Did I probably sell a joint to a friend back and forth in a small party? Yes. But if you're asking me did I sell drugs? No. One hundred per cent not. On top of that I'm dead against drugs," he told CityNews in an interview, adding that he was never a dealer and today "doesn't even take aspirin."

On Saturday, the Globe and Mail published the results of an 18-month investigation into the Ford family. Among the allegations: Ford "sold hashish for several years in the 1980s."

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