He has also tried to wrap himself in the American flag. We need to hold on to the American Dream, and reject those who would rather make it a nightmare.”In Chahal’s world, the problem is not that he beat his girlfriend and threatened to kill her.The problem is what people said about him afterward — the public outrage that has interfered with his chances for success. He seems to have enjoyed his time in the spotlight, blogging about his innocence, proclaiming himself a victim.Protesting that he abhors all violence, especially violence against women, Chahal said nonetheless, "I know that my temper got the better of me, and I will regret that for the rest of my life.
But in fact, there is little justice in this outcome.
According to prosecutors, Chahal hit and kicked Kakish 117 times over a 30-minute period.
The episode was also reportedly caught on home security tape, but the judge eventually ruled the footage inadmissable, deeming its seizure a violation of the Fourth Amendment.
This past weekend, Radium One fired Chahal as its CEO and chairman, although he retains a massive stake in the company.
Around the same time, a clearly irate Chahal penned a grandiose and unapologetic blog post that may go down as one of the biggest public non-apologies in the history of domestic abuse.