According to an investigative report cited by the Business Times, on September 17 of last year Chahal attacked a woman he was dating, kicking her repeatedly in the leg.
The police arrested Chahal in October, and he was set free on 0,000 bail, according to the Business Times.
Chahal was placed on probation after pleading guilty in April 2014 to misdemeanor charges related to a 2013 incident in which he was accused of assaulting his girlfriend.
Chahal has maintained his innocence and said he pleaded guilty only to avoid a "witch hunt." Now, the San Francisco district attorney's office confirmed to the Business Times that it was seeking to revoke his probation, but it did not say why.
Chahal is facing possible jail time for violating his probation in a domestic violence case.
Chahal’s first venture was Click Agents, an advertising network focused on performance-based advertising.
In 2000, two years after Chahal started the company, Value Click (now part of Alliance Data) paid 5.3 million of its shares to purchase Click Agents. The company specialized in behavioral targeting of banner advertising, a process that tracks web users' habits online in order to show ads they are most likely to click.
The video provides a "grisly picture" of the attack, prosecutors said..
(She testified to this in her interviews with the cops.) I make no excuse for losing my temper.
Last week, Gravity4 made an unsolicited 0 million takeover bid for rival Rocket Fuel, but Rocket Fuel rejected the deal and said in a written response that it believed the bid was "not a credible offer." In another case, Chahal and Gravity4 face a sexual-discrimination lawsuit brought by a former employee.