Bad boys, bad boys…whatcha gonna do? Maybe get arrested for not handing over what you owe when you lost your sexual harassment lawsuit and probably illegally hiding your luxury cars and lying about being bankrupt? If you’re new to the Bikram rape suit saga, his potential arrest may come as a surprise (then, again, if you’re just hearing about this for the first time, might we advise you to immediately turn around, bury your head in child’s pose and continue on living a blissful existence away from this ugliness).
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Edward Moreton issued the warrant for Bikram Choudhury Wednesday and set bail at $8 million, the LA Times reports. This comes after a monumental win earlier this year for Choudhury’s former legal advisor, Minakshi Jafa-Bodden, who, referring to Choudhury as “cold, calculating predator” sued for sexual harassment and unlawful termination and was awarded over $7 million plus basically the entire Bikram empire–including his fleet of fancy cars that seem to have vanished.
According to ABC News, the warrant would allow for Choudhury to be arrested in the U.S. and possibly Mexico, which is where it’s being reported authorities believe Choudhury is hiding. Although, isn’t he just in India cavalierly planning more teacher trainings?
We’re not quite sure how this will play out. Bikram Choudhury’s lawyers claim he is bankrupt. Jafa-Bodden’s attorney, Carla Minnard, claims they know where the hidden cars and property are located.
How long can he evade the police? Will there be a high-speed car chase? Who will be driving the white Bronco?
Who will win? If anyone, really.
No one wins here, except for maybe the producers behind the true crime drama series based on the real life story. Sigh.
Bikram Choudhury still faces SIX other lawsuits claiming sexual harassment and/or rape. He categorically denies any wrongdoing. And he also called his accusers “trash,” says he can cure AIDS and that a drop of his sperm is worth a million dollars.
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