the billionaire Elon Musk said this Saturday (6th) that if the twitter can provide its method of sampling accounts and how it confirms which are real and which are bots, its $44 billion deal to buy the company must proceed within the original terms.
“However, if your SEC filings are found to be materially false, then [o acordo] shall not [prosseguir],” Musk tweeted, referring to the Securities and Exchange Commission equivalent (CVM ) us United States .
In response to a Twitter user who asked if the US SEC was investigating the company’s “dubious allegations”, Musk asked, “Good question, why aren’t they?”
Twitter declined to comment on the tweet when contacted by Reuters.
The company on Thursday rejected Musk’s claim that he was tricked into signing the deal to buy the company, saying the accusation was “implausible and contrary to the facts.”
“According to Musk, he – the billionaire founder of several companies, advised by bankers and Wall Street lawyers – was tricked by Twitter into signing a $44 billion merger deal. This story is as implausible and contrary to the facts as it seems,” reads the document released by the company on Thursday.
Musk filed a lawsuit against Twitter on July 29, stepping up his legal fight against the publishing company. social network for its attempt to back out of the $44 billion purchase.
Source: CNN Brasil