Elon Musk published this photo last July at Tham Luang Rescue Center. (Elon Musk Twitter account)
LOS ANGELES: Elon Musk can not protect himself from imaginative kinship with the help of a "defenceless insult" to escape a lawsuit against a British crime charged by a "pedo guy."
A federal judge at Los Angeles on Friday sent the CEO of Tesla Inc to dismiss Vernon Unsworth's defamation complaint. The jury said that the written trial would appear later.
When the sauce fell with Unsworth, after diverting his enthusiasm, Musk's mini-submarine was built to help the desert rain of Chiang Rai's summer flooding in the cave of Tham Luang. A volunteer and rescue team from different countries, last year, is the most recent in the world.
Unsworth said in a CNN interview that the mini-submarine, saying it was not used for rescue, was "jumping on PR" and Musk could "hit the submarine."
Musk's tweeting habits, especially in relation to Tesla's business, have been carried out with investors and the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. SEC had an agreement with last year, and should supervise the Tesla tweets that could affect the market. On February 5 of Tesla's shipments, a SEC had to sue the court to denounce that Musk's agreement was not breached. Friday Musk and SEC agreed on Friday to resolve the conflict.
John Hueston, a lawyer at Musk, did not immediately respond to the decision making a comment on the decision.
The case is Unsworth v Musk, 18-cv-08048, U.S. District Court, Californian Central District (Los Angeles).