Yogi's Ex-Atty Gets His Income, Biz To Pay $6.7M Bias Win

By Bonnie Eslinger (December 13, 2016, 5:53 PM EST) -- A California judge Tuesday ordered that Bikram Choudhury's income and ownership of his namesake yoga college must be handed to his ex-attorney to satisfy a $6.7 million judgment in her sex harassment case against him, and approved a receiver who may be able to sell the disgraced yogi's intellectual property.

The multimillion-dollar judgment sought by plaintiff Minakshi Jafa-Bodden was awarded earlier this year in a wrongful termination and sexual harassment suit she first filed against Choudhury in June 2013. According to her complaint, the yoga mogul demeaned and harassed women, forced her to meet with him in his hotel room at...

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