Deputy Labour group leader Cllr Bob Rudd has registered an official complaint with city council monitoring officer Charles Kerry about Cllr Drury’s conduct.
Cllr Rudd said in his e-mail: “I believe that Cllr Max Drury has brought the role of councillor into disrepute, following the court case on Thursday 31 July 2008 when he was found guilty of harassment.
“Giving evidence in court Mr Meadows told Cllr Drury that he would call the police, to which he heard Cllr Drury respond: “I’m a councillor. They can’t touch me’.
“A harassment order was served on Cllr Drury by police officers but he refused to read or sign it. PC Mark Hughes said: ‘he said that as a councillor he should be treated differently to everybody else and that he was above suspicion’.
“I am registering an official complaint on behalf of the Labour group of councillors and am asking for the Ethics & Standards Committee to investigate the matter.”