He’d bought his 2nd web advertising corporate for $300 million on the age of 25. Six years later he was once charged with 47 felonies. And now? “A Silicon Valley millionaire entrepreneur who avoided jail time for a domestic violence conviction in 2014 — and had his probation revoked following another domestic violence incident — was sentenced to a year in jail Friday after losing his appeal,” writes CBS SF. An nameless reader quotes their record:
Gurbaksh Chahal, founding father of web advertising corporations Gravity4 and RadiumOne, sobbed whilst asking San Francisco Superior Court Judge Tracy Brown for leniency… The 36-year-old was immediately remanded into custody after Brown declined to switch her ruling. Chahal will have to serve a minimum of six months of the one-year sentence. He has been out of custody on $250,000 bail…
Chahal was once charged with prison home violence in 2013 after police say he punched and kicked his girlfriend 117 times inside of his San Francisco penthouse. Security digicam video proof of the assault was once deemed inadmissible after a pass judgement on dominated police had bought it and not using a warrant. With no video and after his female friend declined to cooperate with police, Chahal pleaded responsible in 2014 to 2 misdemeanor battery fees of home violence and was once sentenced to 3 years probation…. He was once accused of violating his probation in 2016 via kicking every other female friend in the similar South Beach rental.
“Tonight he’s sleeping in the big house,” quipped an area TV reporter, including “that’s got to feel very different.”