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Gravity4 CEO and founder Gurbaksh Chahal was found guilty of violating his probation on Friday in a San Francisco court, according to a press report.
TechCrunch reports that the tech CEO will face a sentencing hearing on August 12, but had to surrender his passports as a result.
In October 2014, the tech entrepreneur was taken into custody for allegedly kicking a woman multiple times, as first reported by the San Francisco Business Times. Chahal was already on probation after pleading guilty to two misdemeanors of battery and domestic violence in April 2014.
Chahal had gained fame in the tech community after he sold his first ad-tech company, ClickAgents, for $40 million. In 2007, Yahoo bought his next ad company, BlueLithium, for $300 million. He went on to found RadiumOne, another ad-tech company.
He did not immediately respond to a request for comment.