Hotbox yoga magnate Bikram Choudhury made himself -- and a lot of his assets -- scarce after a Los Angeles court awarded almost everything he owns to the woman who won a sexual harassment case against him. Where did he hide 43 supercars? asks Jason Torchinsky of Jalopnik.
A former employee of Choudhury, Minakshi Jafa-Bodden, has just won her sexual harassment case against Choudhury, and was awarded by a Los Angeles court pretty much everything the yogi has: his 700 franchises, for example, and, most relevant to us, 43 really expensive cars, including “13 Rolls-Royces, eight Bentleys and three Ferraris,” according to The Daily Mail.
The problem is nobody knows where the fleet of supercars is. The garage manager claims ignorance, though Jafa-Bodden’s law team suggests they have photographic evidence that he was involved with the removal of the cars.
Minakshi Jafa-Bodden told the Mail on Sunday: “Bikram is no longer the boss of Bikram yoga. I am. I’ve been to hell and back but the jury has spoken. Bikram has tried to conceal assets and has fled America but justice will be done.”
Jason writes, "This clip (above) from HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel probably gives a better idea of who this guy is than any description I can type." In the video, Bikram claims four women committed suicide because he refused to have sex with them, and that people are willing to pay $1,000,000 for a "drop of his sperm."
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