White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley was back in court Monday for domestic abuse charges.
Bradley was arrested again on Thursday after allegedly violating an order of protection from his wife.
Bradley was booked on three charges: harassment, tampering with a witness, and contempt of court.
Prosecutors claims since March 5, Bradley has repeatedly intentionally violated an order of protection not to harass or cause fear. The new charges alleged he yelled at his wife, Fumiko, on five different occasions.
The judge on Monday ordered him to stay away from Fumiko and to attend an anti-violence class.
A city spokeswoman is denying weekend reports saying that Bradley could resign as early as today.
In the first incident, Mrs. Bradley told police her husband confronted her at the house she was staying at and yelled that in order for him to save his career, she needed to enter a mental hospital or tell police she had lied to them.