Elon Musk provokes Brit cave diver he called ‘pedo guy’ AGAIN

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Cave diver Vernon Unsworth helped to rescue 12 schoolboys and their coach who were stuck in the Tham Luang cave complex last month.

Musk kicked up controversy again Tuesday when he wrote on Twitter that he thought it was "strange" he had not yet been sued by Unsworth.

Musk told Olanoff that he found it odd that Unsworth has not sued him, adding that Unsworth was even offered "free legal services".

"Your dedication to facts and truth would have been wonderful if applied to that time when you called someone a pedo", posted Drew Olanoff.

The letter, which Wood said was sent to Musk's Bel-Air home, said the lawyer is "in the process of preparing a civil complaint for libel against you". And on Wednesday came news that the National Labor Relations Board has filed a complaint alleging Musk broke USA labor laws when he tweeted in May about a union organizing effort at Tesla's Fremont, California, plant.

"And hey. sue you, he still might. or anyone else that you've whack-a-moled without thinking twice about", the user tweeted. That's according to a letter dated August 6 from Unsworth's attorney sent to CNBC.

Wood invited Musk or his legal representatives to contact him to avoid a lawsuit.

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An online army of skeptics and amateur sleuths that has spent years promoting bets against Tesla Inc senses an opportunity to renew pressure on the electric carmaker after the failure of Chief Executive Elon Musk's plan to take it private.

The SEC already had been investigating whether Musk's vehicle production forecasts may have misled investors before the regulator started scrutinizing whether he had secured funding for a Tesla buyout, Bloomberg News reported on August 9.

Besides the embarrassment, bad Twitter behavior could have consequences for Musk's company, Wired editor Nick Thompson told CBSN.

Not only would Musk later admit that funding had not been secured, but in a Friday blog post wrote that he and Tesla's board of directors decided it was in the best interests of the Palo Alto-based to remain public.

Others use drones to gather footage of Tesla production facilities, scour Tesla's financial filings and pore over Musk's statements for inconsistencies. "You did so without any basis".

Rather than responding to a media inquiry on the possible libel suit, Musk lashed out at BuzzFeed News when the outlet asked for comment.

But Musk's decision to continue to respond to critics on Twitter indicates he won't change easily, said Charles Elson, a University of DE finance professor who specializes in corporate governance.

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