“Scumbag of a Lifetime Award goes to….”
Yoga saved my life. It really did.
I graduated up through the yoga asana’s up to Bikram yoga, after I broke my back, after the Western docs said it could not be done to heal without surgery, but I did, and Bikram’s program was amazing for my complete recovery!
….to where our Bikram instructor (not BC) married my wife and I over a decade ago as a new role of Minister.
What this man has done is irreparable to the scars left on so many women whose minds and lives he has destroyed, simply because of a complete obedience policy he commanded.
And all these women paid their $12,000 for 9 months of Yoga…TO GET RAPED..and all they wanted to do was heal others for their lives work!
And this has been being reported for decades in other locations, yet there are few outlets to tell their story and be heard. http://www.itsallaboutyoga.com/2006/06/the_dark_side_o.html
And the women, if they do not report it right away, they cannot win in court because there is no evidence, other than their word! Then they have to live in the swampool of hidden shame.
Shame on you Bikram. Close All of His Studios NOW.
Watch the current “Real Sports With Bryant Gumble” on Bikram Chaudray’s abuse and psychotic demeanor. http://www.inquisitr.com/3638123/bikram-choudhury-hbos-real-sports-tackles-indian-yoga-gurus-shady-history-on-october-25/
When asked about these claims by Kremer, the legendary yogi gives some questionable and disturbing responses. Take this exchange below
Choudhury: If I need women, I can make a line. The most beautiful, famous, rich women in the world. If I have to sleep with women, then I have to sleep — you know, 5,000 girl (sic) every day.
Kremer: Five thousand women a day want to sleep with you?
Choudhury: Yeah. They commit suicide. Four of them.
Kremer: You’re saying that four different women-
Choudhury: Four different women.
Kremer:…each killed themselves because you wouldn’t have sex with them?
Choudhury: Right…Why I have to harass women? People spend $1 million for one drop of my sperm. I can make $1 million a day. Every drop.
Kremer really does some great work in this episode and when you see it, you’ll understand what I mean. This episode of Real Sports, which also features a story on the late Peter Norman, also known as the “third man” in the iconic John Carlos and Tommie Smith picture from the 1968 Olympics, and a story on xenophobia in a small Maine town, is set to debut on October 25 at 10:00 PM E.T.