Publicado: Jue, Agosto 30, 2018
Financiera | Por Marilu Caballero

Elon Musk seems to revive 'pedo' claims against Thai cave rescue diver

Elon Musk seems to revive 'pedo' claims against Thai cave rescue diver

"I don't think a CEO should be on Twitter; I would have hoped that would have been the lesson".

The letter, dated August 6, said the possible lawsuit would cover "false and defamatory statements" made by Musk against Unsworth.

Outraged Musk tweeted: "We will make one of the mini-sub/pod going all the way to Cave 5 no problemo. sorry pedo guy, you really did ask for it".

Mr Musk responded with a series of tweets, casting doubt on Mr Unsworth's character without providing supportive evidence.

Musk said that he had "spoken in anger" after Unsworth accused him and SpaceX engineers of orchestrating a "PR stunt" by sending a small submarine to help divers rescue the 12 Thai soccer players and their coach from a flooded cave.

The spat between the two was ignited after Berlin-based motivational speaker Tijen Onaran tweeted an opinion piece about Musk crying in an interview with The New York Times. "He called on Musk's legal counsel to contact him in order to avoid litigation and to correct the allegedly false statements". "He was offered free legal services", Musk wrote on Tuesday.

A spokesman for Tesla declined to comment on short-sellers, who are often dubbed "haters" by Musk's supporters on Twitter.

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Musk was responding to a Forbes article shared on Twitter and written by Amy Nelson, the founder and CEO of workspace company The Riveter.

An online army of skeptics and amateur sleuths that has spent years promoting bets against Tesla Inc senses an opportunity to renew pressure on the electric carmaker after the failure of Chief Executive Elon Musk's plan to take it private. Musk later issued a statement that Tesla would remain a publicly traded company.

A Tesla employee who was sacked from a Nevada battery factory filed a whistleblower complaint with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, accusing the electric-car maker of spying on its workers and turning a blind eye to drug trafficking by the Mexican cartel.

To keep tabs on Tesla inventory, @Latrilife monitors California lots where he said Tesla cars are kept before being shipped to distribution centers and posts the footage on Twitter.

Musk steered clear of making any assertions about Tesla, a key distinction from his posts that are said to be under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

"So you actually did nothing and yet imply you are a truth-seeker", wrote Mr Musk.

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