Musk said that his $44 billion offer to acquire the business should continue under the original parameters provided Twitter reveals its technique for sampling 100 accounts and how it certified the accounts’ authenticity.
Musk tweeted early Saturday morning, “However, if it turns out that their SEC filings are materially false, then it should not.”
2/ When @elonmusk requested more information about spam and fake accounts; Twitter provided a vague response.
Then provided outdated data;
Then offered a fake data set (not real “firehose”);
Then provided a cleaned data set where they already suspended the malicious accounts;
— Andrea Stroppa (@Andst7) August 5, 2022
Twitter stated on Thursday that Musk’s claims that he was duped into signing the deal to acquire the social media company were “implausible and contrary to the facts.”
Musk made the allegations in a sealed countersuit he filed last Friday, which was made public on Thursday.