Officer Jose Hernandez’s testimony came during a hearing in San Francisco Superior Court where prosecutors sought to revoke the 33-year-old Internet mogul’s probation for an earlier attack on a different woman in the same apartment.
Friends and family of the Indian-born Chahal, once dubbed one of America's most eligible bachelors, protested outside the Hall of Justice before packing into Judge Tracie L. The former chief executive of online advertising platform Radium One was charged in 2013 with 47 counts of felony domestic violence and assault for the Aug.
The woman herself had been taken into custody 11 days before the incident on an involuntary psychiatric hold, because she was intoxicated on alcohol, pain killers, and sleeping pills, according to the report in Chahal’s case filing.
However, a judge denied the motion in Chahal and Gravity4 in April 2015 for gender discrimination.
She will also decide if the video evidence that was tossed in the 2013 domestic violence case can be admitted in the probation hearing.
Chahal’s court appearance Friday became heated before he even entered the courtroom when bodyguards in his entourage shoved through a group of news photographers gathered in a hallway outside.
She claims that she was harassed because of her age and gender and was secretly and illegally spied on during her job interview. " data-reactid="37"This isn’t the only legal case Chahal is battling.
Former senior vice president of global marketing Erika Alonso sued Chahal and Gravity4 in April 2015 for gender discrimination.
But she made no ruling on whether it — or evidence from the defense set to be presented in May — will be admissible before she takes the matter under consideration.
The episode was also reportedly caught on home security tape, but the judge eventually ruled the footage inadmissable, deeming its seizure a violation of the Fourth Amendment.
When Kakish refused to cooperate with the legal proceedings, the case fell apart somewhat.
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