Elon Musk Accused of Sexual Misconduct with SpaceX Intern,  Report Claims

Elon Musk Accused of Sexual Misconduct with SpaceX Intern,  Report Claims

Elon Musk Accused of Sexual Misconduct with SpaceX Intern,  Report Claims.

Elon Musk Accused of Sexual Misconduct with SpaceX Intern,  Report Claims

Elon Musk has been implicated in serious allegations involving sexual relationships with employees and fostering a hostile work environment, according to a recent report by the Wall Street Journal.

The report outlines disturbing claims from multiple women employees at both SpaceX and Tesla, suggesting a pattern of inappropriate behavior and misconduct by the tech billionaire.

The Wall Street Journal’s exclusive report alleges that Musk engaged in sexual relationships with two of his employees, including an intern, and asked another employee to bear his children.

The report claims that Musk’s actions created a culture of discomfort for female employees within his companies.

This isn’t the first time Musk has faced allegations.

Previous reports have accused him of regular drug use, including LSD, cocaine, ecstasy, mushrooms, and ketamine, sometimes even in the presence of board members.

Former employees have also accused Musk of fostering a sexist work environment, where sexual harassment jokes were common, women were underpaid, and complaints were dismissed.

The Wall Street Journal report highlights several incidents.

Tesla female employees claimed Musk showed them “an unusual amount of attention” or pursued them. A SpaceX flight attendant alleged that Musk exposed himself to her and offered to buy her a horse in exchange for sex in 2016. A former SpaceX employee, who resigned in 2013, alleged that Musk repeatedly asked her to have his babies.

The report includes a text exchange between Musk and a female employee, where Musk invited her to his house late at night:

“Come by! Look, it’s either me or 6am [exercise] :)”
“Just finished the Model 3 production call. It’s def going to be hell for several more months.”
“Are you coming over? If not, I will probably tranq out. Too stressed to sleep naturally.”
“Probably best if we don’t see each other.”

The next morning, the woman texted Musk apologizing for not coming over, citing her efforts to adjust her sleep schedule.

SpaceX and Musk’s legal team have dismissed the Wall Street Journal report, claiming it is full of “untruths.” Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX’s president and COO, defended Musk, stating, “The untruths, mischaracterizations, and revisionist history in your email paint a completely misleading narrative.

I continue to be amazed by what this extraordinary group of people are achieving every day even amidst all the forces acting against us. And Elon is one of the best humans I know.”

As these allegations come to light, the scrutiny on Musk and his companies intensifies. While SpaceX and Musk’s lawyers have strongly denied the claims, the reported incidents raise serious concerns about the workplace culture and leadership at SpaceX and Tesla.

The outcome of these allegations and their impact on Musk’s career and his companies remains to be seen.

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