Yasmin Brown has had an incredible first 23 years of life. An aspiring martial arts Olympic hopeful, she went through a very traumatic and awful Olympic coach sex scandal, she allegedly handles a number of business entities, including being a sole proprietor depositing nearly $9 million in 2016 to a Bank of America account (allegedly through Purrfect Auto and USA Auto entities), as well as driving different late model Mercedes Benz’s and BMW SUV vehicles costing nearly $100,000. What I believe that my research shows is that she’s nothing more than a controlling nominee for her father, Shafik Hirji. Yasmin Brown’s name has surfaced in corporate documents that include Champagne Inc, Captain Investments Inc, Boulevard Furniture Inc and last but not least, Spirit Taekwondo. At what point does Yasmin Brown become responsible for her participation in these corporations that have clearly hurt the people of the state of Nevada (please take a look at this Channel 13 Action News story) and driving expensive cars that most other 23-year-olds cannot even think of obtaining.
It looks as though the testimony and information that she’s provided in the sex scandal was pretty damning and was an awful experience for any young lady to go through at any age. But after seeing first-hand accounts of being manipulated by her father, Shafik Hirji, and the fact that she’s been seen driving very expensive Mercedes Benz’s and BMWs, at what point does she become a knowing participant in her father’s chicanery (the best word I can think of to describe what Shafik Hirji is doing, in my opinion).
I remember Shafik Hirji telling me about how in January or February of 2017 he sat in on an interview Yasmin Brown was having with a major media outlet. He told me that when the dust settled from the whole Olympic sex scandal thing that there was a huge opportunity to “cash in” on what had happened to his daughter, alluding to me that there was opportunity for a law suit to follow and that he would need help to “find the right lawyer” to handle the case.