Lee, 49, who is no longer involved with the upscale frozen dessert restaurant franchising company he helped start eight years ago, was convicted by a Los Angeles County Superior Court jury Friday in the attack on Donald Bolding
Lee is being held without bail until his sentencing after Judge Henry Hall determined he is a "significant threat to the community" because he threatened a witness in his trial, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Authorities said Lee attacked Bolding in June 2011 after the homeless man flashed a tattoo of a stick figure couple having sex to the people in Lee's car, which included his fiancee.
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