Transcript for San Diego Mayor to Seek Therapy for Sexual Harassment
tonight all eyes on another man in san diego, he too is accused of bad behavior. So many women coming forward, they've set up a 1-800 number. Tonight that man, saying he's sorry, but he's not leaving. David wright on the uproar. The behavior I have engaged in for many years is wrong. Reporter: Beset by allegations he's made unwanted sexual advances on at least seven women. He asked me to work without my underwear on. Ran his finger on my cheek he groped me on my backside inappropriately. Reporter: Today san diego mayor bob filner apologized. BEGINNING ON AUGUST 5th, I Will be entering a behavior counselling clinic to undergo two weeks of intensive therapy. Reporter: But he ignored calls to resign. House majority leader nancy pelosi this week lumped filner together with new york's anthony weiner, saying these guys just don't get it. They don't have a clue. I must become a better person and my hope is that by becoming a better person, I put myself in a position to someday be forgiven. Reporter: Filner is still under huge pressure. Local law enforcement has set up a hot-line, hoping other victims will come forward. Today the city attorney served him with a subpoena. His fiancee has called off their engagement. Therapy won't be enough to redeem him. I think therapy is what you do when you have a personal problem. When you are mayor of san diego, and you have a problem of that degree, you resign. Reporter: Polls show 70% of san diegoans agree. David wright, abc news, los
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