BALTIMORE, Md. — It's been a month since Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh took a leave of absence because of pneumonia, and it's been weeks since we've seen her.
Pugh's been under fire for the controversy surrounding her Health Holly children's book deals, and, despite several people calling for her resignation, she has not stepped down.
Steven SIlverman, Pugh's attorney, expressed how he expected to get some answers for the public on Tuesday. However, when WMAR-2 News talked with Silverman Tuesday, he said, "I have no comments this evening."
Silverman wouldn't comment on Pugh's health or her response to people calling for her resignation. When we spoke with him on Friday, he said Pugh is going to do whatever is best for the city, but she just has to be mentally and physically sound to make that decision.
Last week, the FBI and IRS raided both of Pugh's Ashburton homes as well as her offices at City Hall. Ever since the raids, several people have visited Pugh's home including a doctor and her attorney.
On Tuesday, WMAR-2 saw three people enter Pugh's home during the day. There was one man and two women. One woman left in the late afternoon before Silverman showed up. Silverman was inside with another man for a little more than an hour but did not give any updates when he came outside. Shortly after, in the evening, the woman went back to the home with what appeared to be a grocery bag.