In the lawsuit filed on Tuesday, the ‘app’ lawyers accuse the businessman of having broken the purchase agreement and damaging the company’s image
The courts will decide. After months of bickering, Elon Musk Y Twitter, the social network that it promised to buy in exchange for 41,000 million euros, will face each other in a trial in which the future of the ‘app’ will be at stake. Last Friday, when the tycoon announced his decision to withdraw from the agreement, he pointed to the company’s lack of transparency about the number of spam bot Y fake accounts that swarm inside the platform as the main motivator.
In the lawsuit, filed by Twitter in the Delaware state courts on Tuesday of this week, the social network highlights that “having put on a public show to put Twitter on the line, and having proposed and then signed a merger agreement favorable to the seller, Musk apparently believes that he, unlike any other party subject to Delaware contract law, is free to change his mind, wreck the company, discontinue operations, destroy shareholder value, and walk away.”