White Plains mayor's wife alleges 'inappropriate relationship'

Testimony in the domestic abuse trial of White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley continued yesterday, with Bradley?s wife accusing him of having an affair.

The mayor's wife, Fumiko Bradley, said she wanted to see a marriage counselor four years ago, in part due to her husband's alleged relationship with Westchester Assemblywoman Amy Paulin.

According to a diary Fumiko Bradley kept on her alleged marital problems, the couple was having marital problems well before the February incident where he allegedly slammed his wife's hand in a door several times.

Bradley also claimed her husband said he had a late-night meeting in 2006, but says she found a pair of tickets to a sporting event for that same evening. When she confronted her husband, he allegedly said he was attending the event with Paulin.

Paulin told News 12 Westchester that there was no inappropriate relationship with the mayor, saying that she often goes to dinners and events with fellow legislators.

On the stand, Fumkiko Bradley also said that at times, the two were engaged in physical fights, and said she had swatted at her husband with a closed fist.

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