Under California law, his probation was liable to be revoked, but his legal team fought on.After two years of hearing delays and arguments, a judge in July agreed with the prosecutor to revoke probation.

who is gurbaksh chahal dating-17

That, plus his girlfriend choosing not to testify against him, paved the way for his reduced plea in the case to misdemeanor domestic violence.

(It's felony level if there's visible signs of abuse on the victim, the San Francisco Police Department tells me.)Sources with knowledge of the situation said that this reason the decision took so long is that it is legally complex, due to Chahal's massive stake in the company that gives him a large amount of control over Radium One. It's not clear if this sets up a legal challenge by Chahal, who has long held sway over the board.

Chahal earned fame when he sold his tech startup, a digital advertising company called Gravity4 Inc., for $300 million to Yahoo at the age of 25.

He appeared on the a year later in a segment that promoted him as a successful and eligible bachelor.

She called 9-11 after I told her I was going to contact her father regarding her activities. I understand, accept full responsibility and sincerely apologize from the bottom of my heart for that.

But I didn't hit her 117 times, injure her, or cause any trauma as the UCSF medical reports clearly document.The exact number is known because the entire beating was captured on a video camera he had set up in his bedroom, above his bed.Chahal eventually pled guilty in 2014 to two misdemeanors after a judge ruled the video inadmissible.According to court documents, prosecutors said Chahal was angry when he learned his girlfriend had gone to Las Vegas with another man and cheated on him. She called 911 when he left the room, prosecutors said, and commented to investigators that when police rang the doorbell she was "saved by the bell."Police reportedly seized surveillance video from cameras inside the bedroom.The video provides a "grisly picture" of the attack, prosecutors said..Tech mogul Gurbaksh Chahal was sentenced to one year in prison Friday for violating his probation in a domestic violence case.