SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) – According to a lawsuit filed by Gravity4 chief of staff Ali Al-Ansari, Silicon Valley CEO and entrepreneur Gurbaksh Chahal allegedly routinely used racial slurs, physically attacked women and fired a male employee for attempting to prevent Chahal from striking another woman.
The lawsuit describes Chahal as “shockingly sexist.” It also chronicles a series of alleged remarks he made against women’s rights and equal pay for men and women.
“Al-Ansari was forced to interpose himself between the woman and Chahal and physically intervened to defend this woman to block Chahal from hitting her. Chahal nonetheless managed to hit this woman. Al-Ansari repeatedly told Chahal ‘don’t touch her!'”
Further, the case claims that when Al-Ansari began recording the altercation, Chahal reportedly fired him on the spot. The lawsuit also alleges that after the firing, Chahal tried to illegally access Al-Ansari’s personal laptop and destroy incriminating data.
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“I’m not going to stop the n-word,” the CEO once said, according to the lawsuit. “Dude, do you want me to go ahead and say n*****, n*****, n*****? I don’t give a f***. Martin Luther King might not like that, but he’s a n*****, too.”
Chahal was charged with 47 counts of felony domestic violence and assault in 2013 for an alleged Aug. 5, 2013 attack on his then-girlfriend at his San Francisco penthouse. A Superior Court judge ruled a 30-minute video, which captured the attack was inadmissible because police had seized it illegally. Chahal pleaded to accept two misdemeanor charges of battery and domestic violence in 2014 and was placed on probation for thee years. That video allegedly showed Chahal kicking the woman 117 times and trying to smother her with a pillow for about 20 seconds, threatening to kill her.
Chahal briefly stepped down as CEO of RadiumOne after the 2013 attack.
Following the 47 felony counts being dropped by a judge, he resumed his position at RadiumOne. He was later ousted by the RadiumOne board.
Shortly thereafter, he launched a new company, Gravity4.
Chahal has been in a litany of legal trouble since last year involving domestic violence charges and holding wages of former employees.
Chahal was ordered in 2016 to pay almost a half million to his former chauffeur.