Netflix simply launched a documentary movie known as Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator, following the rise and … not fairly fall, however sexual misconduct allegations in opposition to Bikram yoga founder Bikram Choudhury. Bikram confirmed by means of a rep that he watched the documentary, and he isn’t a fan — and but, he is additionally selling it? Extra on that beneath.
The Netflix documentary shared views from a number of girls who accused Bikram Choudhury of sexual assault and different types of harassment. Bikram fled the USA after his former legal professional Micki Jafa-Bodden received a discrimination and harassment lawsuit in opposition to him and a jury awarded her $7 million. He hasn’t paid any of that. However he has been busy discovering new followers in locations like Mexico and Spain, and he has “Bikram’s Legacy Tour of India 2020” arising in January and February.
Nonetheless, Bikram Choudhury reportedly made time to observe Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator. Publicist Richard Hillgrove, who was retained to characterize Bikram, instructed the L.A. Times that his consumer had certainly watched the Netflix movie. Here is how Hillgrove shared Bikram’s emotions on it:
And but, later within the L.A. Instances piece, publicist Richard Hillgrove is quoted once more, suggesting Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator is just serving to to advertise Bikram’s yoga:
Attention-grabbing. In an Esquire report, it was reported that Bikram Choudhury’s spokesperson mentioned Bikram had despatched a letter to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings saying, “I strongly urge you to think about instantly withdrawing the…