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Details of Elon Musk’s countersuit against Twitter are being reported ahead of Friday’s official release by a judge.

Musk’s 164-page countersuit is full of accusations around the validity of the social media company’s business claims, according to a copy obtained by Insider.

The article goes on to state the following:

It is the latest chapter in the saga between the billionaire CEO of Tesla and Twitter since Musk announced his intention to pull out of a $44 billion agreement to buy the social media site.

The two sides will battle it out in a Delaware court in October. Musk wants to legally pull out from the deal while Twitter wants to push forward with the sale to Musk.

According to the Associated Press, Twitter replied in a filing on Thursday in Delaware Chancery Court, “The Counterclaims are a made-for-litigation tale that is contradicted by the evidence and common sense. Musk invents representations Twitter never made and then tries to wield, selectively, the extensive confidential data Twitter provided him to conjure a breach of those purported representations.”

unusual_whales tweeted Friday, “Elon Musk said Twitter, $TWTR, misrepresented the size of its user base to distort its value and then ‘played a months-long game of hide-and-seek.'”

Twitter user Just Wondering wrote, “Link to @elonmusk counterclaim against @Twitter for those that haven’t seen it yet $TSLA $TWTR”

Journalist Nalini tweeted, “Elon Musk tells US Court that Twitter disobeyed the orders of the Indian Govt and initiated litigation against them which put Twitter’s third largest market at risk. Musk says Twitter not obeying Indian Govt orders is a departure from the usual course.”

Journalist  Nupur J Sharma tweeted, “Elon Musk clearly says that Twitter initiated ‘risky litigation’ against India. In fact, he goes on to say that it’s decision was ‘out of the ordinary’ because it has conceded to demands of Russia, for example, going as far as to block pro-Ukraine accounts.”

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  1. TWTTR about to discover the wool was not pulled over Elon’s eyes after all. Must have thought while he was busy they could do so. FAILED.

    while Twttr plays 3rd Chess, Musk plays 5d chess.


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