Officers seized a surveillance video they said shows him beating and kicking the woman more than 100 times.But a judge ruled the video was unlawfully seized and suppressed it from evidence.
Chahal was able to get a deal of battery and domestic violence, and was placed on probation. In an overturn the court has now ruled the video can entered as in determining whether Chahal violated his probation for a second attack in 2014. In that confrontation, prosecutors said Chahal kicked a South Korean woman, whom he was dating, roughly 10 times and later conspired with associates to dissuade her from talking to the police by threatening to report her to immigration authorities.
Chahal,by age 25 had run and sold two advertising companies he had founded for more than $300 million.