CEO of Tesla Motors and business tycoon Elon Musk certainly needs no introduction. He might be the wealthiest man in the world, but he is not without his fair share of controversies. His legal war with Twitter is also expected to go to trial this year.
The Tesla CEO is known for his eccentric tweets about Dogecoin. He also loves negative publicity no matter what and continues to make headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Just a few months after announcing the acquisition of Twitter, Musk backed out of his deal. This led to Twitter filing a lawsuit against Elon Musk. According to CBC, the Delaware Court of Chancery declared that the impending trial will take place by October.
This is in spite of Musk and his legal team’s attempt to have it pushed until 2023. Presiding Judge Kathaleen St. Jude McCormick shared the ruling, noting October would be “the latest” everyone will see things proceed.
Musk walked away due to Twitter’s failure to provide accurate information about fake account statistics. We will keep you updated on this ongoing story.
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