Bradley returns to work after abuse allegations

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White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley, who is recently accused of abusing his wife, went back to work Monday after a weekend appearance at one of the biggest democratic functions of the year.

Bradley showed up to the annual Democratic Breakfast at the New Rochelle VIP Club Sunday with his children in tow, but not his wife, Fumiko.

Fumiko's attorney had asked that the abuse charges she filed against her husband be dropped Friday, but the district attorney refused.

At the breakfast, Bradley defended himself saying the truth will come out. "I'm going to continue to do the work of the city," Bradley says. "And I'm going to be vindicated."

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