Messages From The Mayor's Office
Mayor Bob Filner's office has kept relatively quiet throughout the sexual harassment scandal that's unfolded since mid-July. Here are the messages the press and public has received.
Mayor Bob Filner did not mention the sexual harassment allegations against him in his response to the recall effort.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner's chief of staff confirmed to 10News that the mayor began his therapy a week early and has already completed the program.
Today's the day San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, who's now been accused by 10 women of sexual harassment, is to start two weeks of treatment at a behavior counseling clinic.
The City Council will take up the mayor's request to pick up the tab of his sexual harassment suit.
In a letter first obtained by Voice of San Diego, the mayor's attorney asserts the city failed to provide sexual harassment training, but council staff say the training is available online.
After facing an onslaught of sexual harassment allegations and demands that he resign, Mayor Bob Filner today announced he would enter "a behavioral counseling clinic."
Burdick spoke Tuesday to the Rachel Maddow Show about a recently adopted rule that the mayor is no longer allowed to meet alone with women and whether Mayor Filner is able to govern the city in light of sexual harassment allegations.
The staff changes come less than a week after three key supporters publicly asked Filner to resign as mayor because of sexual harassment allegations that have come to light recently.
In a late Friday afternoon statement, the mayor said he believes an investigation will "support my innocence." Shortly after, Councilmember David Alvarez called on the mayor to resign and said he reported to the city information on sexual harassment allegations regarding Filner.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner apologizes, but says he will not resign over allegations that he sexually harassed numerous women.