Elon Musk refutes sexual misconduct charge; says ‘story meant to interfere with Twitter acquisition’


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Elon Musk on Friday refuted a media report that claimed SpaceX paid a female worker $250,000 to hush up sexual misconduct charges against its CEO, saying the report is meant to "interfere with" the $44 billion Twitter acquisition. The incident took place in 2016 and was reported in a declaration "signed by a friend of the attendant and prepared in support of her claim".