Zainali Jaffer, the founder and former CEO of video advertising platform Vungle, was arrested in October on a number of charges, including child abuse and "oral copulation of a person under 14". On Monday, a judge granted the district attorney's motion to dismiss all the charges against him citing a lack of convincing evidence.
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Zainali Jaffer, the co-founder and CEO of ad tech platform Vungle, has been placed on indefinite leave after being arrested for a litany of crimes. According to inmate information from the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office, Jaffer is being held on charges of child abuse, lewd act upon a child, "oral copulation of a person under 14", assault with a deadly weapon, battering an officer and emergency personnel, and attempted murder.