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LOS ANGELES/BANGKOK: Tesla co-founder Elon Musk was cleared of defamation on Saturday (Dec 7) by a jury in Los Angeles over a tweet in which he labelled a British caver "pedo guy."
WASHINGTON/BANGKOK: Elon Musk may find out as early on Friday (Dec 6) whether he’ll have to pay for a tweet fired off in anger disparaging a British cave expert following the rescue of football players in a Thai cave. A jury of three men and five women in Los Angeles federal court has heard all the evidence in Vernon Unsworth’s defamation lawsuit over the tweet, in which Musk called the caver a "pedo guy.”
A British caver said he saw no need to apologise to Elon Musk for dismissing as a PR stunt the entrepreneur's offer to help rescue soccer players trapped in a cave in Thailand.
Tesla co-founder Elon Musk insisted that a tweet in which he described a British caver as "pedo guy" amounted to a flippant remark.
Tesla co-founder Elon Musk he did not literally call a British caver a pedophile during their infamous spat on Twitter.
Elon Musk is going on trial for his troublesome tweets in a defamation case against a British diver he allegedly branded a pedophile.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - An attorney for Elon Musk, the billionaire CEO of electric car maker Tesla, said on Tuesday that his client had no intention of settling a defamation suit brought by a British cave explorer before the case goes to trial on Dec. 3. Vernon Unsworth is suing Musk for calling him a "pedo guy" in one of a series of tweets. Musk posted the tweets after Unsworth accused Musk in a CNN interview of grandstanding by offering to help Unsworth's diving team rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach from a cave in Thailand in July 2018.
Prince Andrew’s attempt to explain away his friendship with pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein in a high-profile TV interview degenerated into a farce that threatens to be the British royal family’s biggest public relations disaster since its handling of the death of Princess Diana in 1997.
A pizza restaurant in England was flooded by satirical reviews on TripAdvisor Inc in the wake of Prince Andrew’s rare television interview on Saturday night.
A newly enacted law rushed through Australia’s parliament will compel technology companies such as Apple, Facebook and Google to disable encryption protections so police can better pursue terrorists and other criminals.