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Rob Ford follows luggage to his car as he hands over of all remaining duties to deputy mayor

Dressed entirely in black, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford emerged from his home Thursday morning and walked to a waiting vehicle without saying a word on whether he's headed to rehab after announcing the night before that he is taking a leave of absence to deal with his substance abuse issues.

A large suitcase was put in a separate car in Ford's two-car convoy before the mayor left his home.

Ford made the announcement after he was hit with a trifecta of scandals Wednesday night, including a new alleged crack video, audio of sexually lewd comments he made about mayoral rival Karen Stintz and racial slurs and a tale of a wild, drug and alcohol-fuelled night that ended in a feud with Justin Bieber and a vomit-strewn bathroom.

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