Zain Jaffer, who has been CEO of fast-growing mobile ad startup, Vungle, is out of a association after being arrested on a slew of charges, including a licentious act on a child and attempted murder. We’re brief on details, though we found a charges on the San Mateo County invalid locator.
The full list of charges includes attempted murder, attack with a lethal weapon, child abuse, battery on an officer and puncture personnel, licentious act on a child and verbal climax of a chairman underneath 14. According to a invalid locator, Jaffer’s subsequent justice date is Nov 1. It says Jaffer is 29-years-old.
Vungle confirms that Jaffer is no longer employed by a company. Here is a matter that a Vungle orator sent us.
“While we do not have any information that is not in a open record during this point, these are intensely critical allegations, and we are repelled over words. While these are usually rough charges, they are apparently so critical that it led to a evident dismissal of Mr. Jaffer from any operational shortcoming during a company. The association stressed that this matter has zero to do with Mr. Jaffer’s former purpose during a company.”
The association confirms that the new CEO is Rick Tallman, who was formerly COO and CFO of Vungle.
Vungle formerly lifted funding from Google Ventures (GV), 500 Startups, Crosslink Capital and others. We spoke to Vungle investors who are repelled by a news.
The startup was founded in San Francisco in 2011.
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