January 18, 2012 2:19 AM ET
<!-- google_ad_section_start -->Pinkberry solidified yogurt has turn a materialisation in places like Los Angeles and New York City, though 47-year-old co-founder Young Lee might not be roving a call of success many longer. Lee, a former kickboxer, is indicted of assault a homeless male with a tire iron after a male flashed a intimately pithy tattoo.
Lee arrived in Los Angeles after a moody from South Korea and was arrested during a airport. He is charged with conflict with a lethal weapon, causing good corporeal mistreat according to a LA District Attorney’s Office.
Pinkberry has pronounced that Lee is no longer concerned with a company.
The conflict allegedly occured during a red light when Lee was in a Range Rover and a homeless male was panhandling. When a male unprotected his tattoo, Lee felt disrespected, got out of a car, and used a tire iron to mangle a man’s arm and means welts on his head.
“While it would be inapt for us to assume on a allegations
in question, we can contend but perplexity that Pinkberry values the
communities we offer and stands opposite acts of assault of any kind,
especially those involving a many exposed among us,” says a matter from Pinkberry. The association says that Lee severed ties in May 2010.
The conflict has drawn courtesy from celebs — “Cougar Town” star Busy Philipps tweeted, “I only wish to say, we wish a homeless male takes this a**hole for EVERYTHING.” Amen. <!-- google_ad_section_end -->