Elon Musk’s first wife Justine Musk has disputed the Twitter boss’ account of the death of their first child, claiming it was she who took their 10-week-old son from life, not him. was given.
After Mr Musk used the death of his son Nevada Alexander to explain his reasoning for keeping Sandy Hook denier Alex Jones off the social media site and disputed her claim that his son died in his arms Was.
Mr Musk reinstated Donald Trump’s Twitter account but refused to restore the account of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. and in response to a question from author Sam Harris whether he would also lift the ban on Mr Jones.
A follower tweeted quoting it and asked Mr Musk if the Nevada man had died of SIDS Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. The tech billionaire’s ex-wife replied to the user and wrote about an SIDS-related incident that put her on life support.
Justin Musk shared five children with the tech CEO and Mr Jones claimed family members of the children killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting were crisis actors calling for more gun control in the US. The Infowars host and his company have been ordered to pay $1.44bn in damages to families for promoting a false conspiracy theory following lawsuits in Texas and Connecticut.
Mr. Jones was also permanently banned from several major tech platforms, including Facebook and YouTube, as a result of violating their terms of service. Twitter said in 2018 that the ban was the result of Mr Jones violating the company’s abusive behavior policy.
Like he couldn’t understand why I was openly depressed, which he perceived as emotionally manipulative. Instead I buried my feelings by making my first trip to an IVF clinic less than two months after facing death in Nevada.