The American billionaire considered that an agreement could be reached if Twitter confirms that 100 accounts of the social network “are very real”. At the beginning of July, Elon Musk had buried his plan to buy Twitter. A month later, the president of Tesla and Space X dug it up. To a user who was providing an update on the situation, the American billionaire replied that “if Twitter simply provides its method of sampling 100 accounts and confirms that they are real, the agreement (to take over Twitter) should be do again under the original conditions ($44 billion. However, if it turns out that their statements to the SEC (American financial market police) are materially false, this will not be the case. Responding to another netizen who wondered if the SEC is investigating these “dubious claims,” Elon Musk tweeted: “Good question. Why don’t they?” This statement comes two days after Elon Musk accused Twitter of “fraud” on the number of monetizable accounts of the social network. The assertions of the boss of Tesla and SpaceX “are factually inaccurate, legally insufficient and commercially irrelevant. We look forward to the trial to take place”, retorted game di last Bret Taylor, chairman of the board of directors of the platform. In mid-July, Twitter sued Elon Musk before the Delaware Court of Chancery, a court specializing in business law, to force him to honor his commitment to acquisition for 44 billion dollars. The trial is due to open on October 17. SEE ALSO – Twitter is suing Elon Musk to force him to buyout
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