Elon Musk Admits X Alter Accounts Amidst Defamation Lawsuit, Says He Roleplays as His Toddler

By Giuliano De Leon

Apr 10, 2024 01:59 AM EDT

Elon Musk Admits X Alter Accounts Amidst Defamation Lawsuit, Says He Roleplays as His Toddler
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is pictured during a visit at the company's electric car plant in Gruenheide near Berlin, eastern Germany, on March 13, 2024, as employees resumed work after production had to be halted due to a suspected arson attack that caused a power outage.
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Elon Musk's 108-page deposition, which went public on Monday, stated that in one of his alternate accounts, the billionaire has been pretending as his toddler.

Elon Musk Admits X Alter Accounts

According to Gizmodo's latest report, one of Elon Musk's alternate X accounts filed in the defamation lawsuit is @ermnmusk. This alter account has long been suspected to be a Musk burner, which he uses to pretend to be his son, X AE A-XII.

Before the deposition went public, numerous sources noticed strange, deleted X posts that Musk shared from his account. These include "I will finally turn 3 on May 4th!" For those who are wondering, this is his son's birthdate and age.

Aside from this, here are other tweets that Musk shared, which are now deleted:

For the love of God, can someone follow me.

Do you like Japanese girls?

I wish I was old enough to go to nightclubs. They sound so fun.

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Elon Musk's Defamation Lawsuit

The alter X accounts that Elon Musk revealed are a big deal for the defamation lawsuit filed against him by a California man named Ben Brody, as reported by Fortune.

The 22-year-old Jewish man sued the billionaire, accusing him of promoting a conspiracy theory that falsely identified him as a federal agent pretending to be a neo-Nazi street brawler.

Ben Brody said that after Elon Musk endorsed a social media post that compared his Instagram profile to an image of a White supremacist who violently clashed with the Proud Boys, he and his family were harassed by "belligerent strangers."

He added that Musk's statements motivated these strangers to harass his family and negatively affect his career in the long run.

Brody's legal action is the first defamation lawsuit against Elon Musk since he acquired Twitter in 2022 for $44 billion.

READ MORE: Elon Musk Might Be Turning X Back Into Twitter-Will This Strategy Be Beneficial?

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