Elon Musk’s legal team unveil latest plan to end Twitter deal as Dogecoin’s $258 billion lawsuit against Tesla CEO expands

THE messy legal battle between Elon Musk and Twitter has taken another turn after that of the billionaire lawyers issued a third notice to end the deal to purchase the platform.

In the third letter ending the $44 billion deal, sent out Friday, attorneys argued that Twitter’s $7.75 million severance payment to whistleblower Peiter “Mudge” Zatko was a violation of Musk’s agreement, reports Business Insider

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It came on the same day as the $258 billion blackmail lawsuit accusing Musk of running a Ponzi scheme in support of cryptocurrency Dogecoin was expanded, according to Reuters.

Peiter Zatko was reportedly fired from Twitter after accusing him of security vulnerabilities.

Musk’s attorneys argued that Twitter promised “to provide severance or termination payments or benefits to all of the company’s service providers,” which they say includes employees.

Musk’s lawyers sent another letter in July, claiming he could cancel the deal because Twitter withheld data and information about the number of spam accounts he maintained.

Another letter was sent in August, citing Zatko’s whistleblower claims that Musk had terminated the agreement.

Musk also alleges fraud, claiming that Twitter misled him by not being honest about their monetization opportunities, the SEC, and public investors, Business Insider reports.

Twitter sued Musk in July for violating his agreement with the company.

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