Details emerge on alleged call that got ex-Mayor Bradley arrested

Former White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley is in hot water once more for personal issues involving his estranged wife, this time for allegedly making a disturbing phone call to her, in violation of a court order.Bradley stepped down from his post as mayor last year after he was convicted of assault and harassment of his wife, Fumiko. A judge had issued a permanent protection order forbidding contact between the two.Last week, Bradley's soon-to-be ex-wife filed a complaint, saying she'd received a phone call from Bradley in violation of the court order. Fumiko Bradley says during the 53-second call she heard "distinct crazed laughter" and "squealing," sounds that she says she knew belonged to her estranged husband. Bradley claimed he had accidentally dialed his wife while working out at a gym. Bradley surrendered to police and was booked and arraigned on Friday. He's due in court on contempt charges on Wednesday.Former White Plain Mayor Adam Bradley arrested againEx-White Plains mayor charged with violating protection orderFormer White Plains Mayor Bradley sentenced to probation

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