Drones and stakeouts - how Tesla 'haters' put pressure on CEO Musk

Drones and stakeouts - how Tesla 'haters' put pressure on CEO Musk

The letter contradicts a claim Mr Musk made on Twitter as recently as August 29 that Mr Unsworth had yet to begin proceedings against him. "He was offered free legal services", Musk said in a response to Drew Olanoff, who is vice president of communications for Scaleworks, a San Antonio-headquartered venture equity firm. "According to a subsequent Twitter post, you did so out of anger", Wood wrote, adding that he was "preparing a civil complaint for libel".

In a new tweet, Musk asked a Twitter user "You don't think it's unusual he hasn't sued me?" "I don't think a CEO should be on Twitter; I would have hoped that would have been the lesson".

Mr Musk has been embroiled in another Twitter-related controversy over recent weeks after tweeting that he was considering taking his auto firm private, adding that he had secured the funds required.

The 63-year-old, who has expert local knowledge of the Tham Luang cave system, added Musk could "stick his submarine where it hurts".

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

In an interview with CNN, Unsworth said: "He [Musk] had no conception of what the cave passage was like".

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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.

Musk's use of Twitter has caused a bit of an uproar as of late.

In response to Musk's most recent tweets, Unsworth told Sky News that he couldn't comment, but did note, "It's all being dealt with, that's all I can say". "Sorry pedo guy, you really did ask for it".

While the rest of the world was celebrating the successful rescue, Mr Musk's offensive comments have cast a shadow over Mr Unsworth. (The implication here being Unsworth didn't lawyer up because he might have actually been the thing Musk unfoundedly proclaimed he was.) Except, it turns out, Unsworth's lawyer did get in touch with Musk. Musk later issued a statement that Tesla would remain a publicly traded company.

At the time, Mr Unsworth told 9News he was considering legal action.

Nelson, the founder of Seattle female-focused co-working space The Riveter, knew that if she cried at work or in public while representing her company, she would face the criticism often lobbed at women when they cry: that they are weak, not a leader, can't keep it together.

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