- Elon Musk testified that he was "financially illiquid," as an attorney for British diver Vernon Unsworth reported in a lawsuit "pedo guy" on Twitter last year.
- A file written by Unsworth's lawyer on Monday, according to Bloomberg's report, refers to "Musk's affidavit that he is financially illiquid."
- Musk, however, has a value of $ 23.6 billion According to Bloomberg, most of its assets are held by SpaceX (worth $ 14.6 billion) and Tesla ($ 8.8 billion) ).
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Elon Musk testifies According to Dana Hull of Bloomberg, he is "financially illiquid," as a lawyer for British diver Vernon Unsworth wrote in a lawsuit.
Unsworth sues Musk after Tesla and SpaceX's CEO described him as a defamatory "pedo guy" on Twitter last year. Musk's Tweet followed an interview in which Unsworth, who was involved last year in rescuing a youth football team and their trainer from a cave in Thailand, said that the miniature submarine Musk, which was sent to Thailand to join the Rescue to help would have been ineffective and only a publicity stunt would have been ineffective. Later, Musk apologized to Unsworth and put out the tweet. [1
In a file filed by Unsworth's attorney on Monday, Bloomberg's report refers to "Musk's affidavit that he is financially illiquid." SpaceX's $ 14.6 billion share and Tesla's (in Worth $ 8.8 billion), Bloomberg said.
"Mr. Musk has made it clear that much of his net worth is destined for his businesses," said Alex Spiro, a lawyer for Moschus, Business Insider said. "Of course, Mr Unsworth's lawyers focus on that, because the whole case is nothing but money robbing."
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A lawyer of Unsworth did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment.
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