SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Gurbaksh Chahal has handed the reigns of chief executive of Gravity4 to his sister, Kamal Kaur, after a judge last week ruled that he was in violation of his domestic violence probation.

Chahal has been removed from Gravity4’s leadership page, replaced by Kaur, who is currently listed as CEO of the company. She previously served in leadership capacities at Chahal’s prior companies, including RadiumOne, where she worked as VP of mobile, and BlueLithium, which was sold to Yahoo in 2007 for $300 million.

Kaur’s bio on Gravity4’s website doesn’t acknowledge her former role at RadiumOne, but she is listed as a co-founder of BlueLithium. She most recently worked as the general manager of Samsung’s Smart TV platform, according to her bio.

Chahal’s attorney, James Lassart, provided the following statement to TechCrunch:

Ms. Kaur was promoted from EVP to become Chairwoman & CEO of Gravity4 on July 26, 2016, after Mr. Chahal stepped down on his own initiative. Ms. Kaur is a very well-respected person in the online advertising industry, and will be focusing on the continued growth of Gravity4’s international presence in 20 countries, while Mr. Chahal redirects his attention and focuses on the appeal of this matter.  On behalf of Mr. Chahal and considering that this matter is still before the court, I am constrained to comment on the decision in this matter other than to say that a meritorious appeal is imminent.

The shift comes as Chahal awaits to hear whether he’ll face jail time or an extended period of probation after violating his previous grant. He pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault charges after a 2013 incident in which he attacked a woman in his apartment and was placed on three years probation. A second woman then said she’d been attacked by Chahal in 2014, and a San Francisco judge decided last week that there was enough evidence of the attack to determine Chahal had violated his probation.

Ironically, this is not the first time Chahal’s been chased out of a leadership role at a company — he was previously pushed out of his chief executive role at RadiumOne after his original guilty plea. This time, however, Chahal has willingly stepped down, rather than being forced out by the board — his LinkedIn profile currently reflects the change, listing him only as a founder of Gravity4.

His sister has been a regular fixture at Chahal’s court hearings, especially his probation hearings, which have dragged on since April. He surrendered his passports to the court on Monday and a judge will determine his punishment on Aug. 12.