Former White Plains mayor released from jail

Disgraced former White Plains mayor Adam Bradley is a free man this morning.

Last night, Bradley was escorted out of the Westchester County Jail in Valhalla after being processed following posting $10,000 bail.

He spent much of yesterday behind bars after prosecutors say he broke a court order not to contact his estranged wife.

They say Bradley called her on three separate occasions since July. Bradley's lawyer says the calls came from his client's cell phone, but he insists they were made by accident.

Bradley was forced to step down as White Plains mayor after being convicted of domestic abuse against his wife.

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