White Plains mayor's wife takes stand against husband
The domestic abuse case of White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley continued yesterday, with his wife on the stand for cross examination.
Bradley's wife, Fumiko Bradley, was the only witness to testify Tuesday. She spoke about trying to save her family and the alleged abuse she endured at the hands of her husband.
Bradley testified that she decided to confront authorities after an incident this past February, when she says her husband slammed her hand in a door twice during an argument.
The mayor's defense team attempted to discredit Bradley, suggesting that she fabricated her stories and has repeatedly contradicted herself. The defense attorney also alluded to allegations that the mayor's wife was the aggressor by pushing, hitting and scratching her husband.
The mayor is facing nine different domestic violence charges. The cross examination continues today.
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