Deputy provost suspended after sexual harassment claim
Aberdeen councillor Alan Donnelly is also the subject of a police investigation.
A deputy lord provost has been suspended over allegations he sexually harassed a man after a remembrance event.
Police are also investigating the complaint against Aberdeen councillor Alan Donnelly.
Mr Donnelly, who has been suspended by the Scottish Conservatives, is alleged to have acted in a sexual manner towards the man, who made a complaint to the police as well as the party.
The alleged incident happened at a civic function at the city's Trinity Hall in November.
Police Scotland said their inquiries are at an early stage.
Mr Donnelly represents the city's Torry and Ferryhill ward.
A Scottish Conservative party spokesman said: "On January 8, the party received a serious complaint about councillor Alan Donnelly.
"We were also informed that a complaint had also been made to the police.
"As is normal in these circumstance, Councillor Donnelly was immediately suspended from the party."