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Elon Musk’s location leak ‘Suspect’ is from his own security team – Police 

Billionaire Twitter CEO Elon Musk tweeted on December 15 that a “crazy stalker” was pulling a car with one of his kids in Los Angeles and “thought it was me.” He also claimed that the person “blocked the car from moving and climbed on its hood.”

A member of Elon Musk’s own security team is currently a suspect in an investigation into an alleged “crazy stalker” incident involving one of the tech billionaire’s children, according to a statement from the South Pasadena, California Police Department.

The suspect leaked location of Elon Musk and his kids on various occasions, which posed threat to Elon’s family.

Detectives are said to be studying evidence and video footage of the incident and “efforts are underway to contact Mr. Musk and his security team for comment,” a South Pasadena city spokesman said.

A police statement cited by the media said officers responded to a report of an “assault with a deadly weapon” involving a vehicle on Mission Street just before 10:00 p.m. on December 13. They arrived on scene to find a 29-year-old man from Connecticut who claimed he had been assaulted by a person from another vehicle in the parking lot. The man allegedly accused him of following him on the 110 Freeway and then hitting him with his vehicle as he sped away.

“At no point during the incident did the victim identify the suspect or indicate that the altercation was anything more than random,” police said.

‘Crazy Stalker’ Series

Elon Musk previously claimed on Twitter that a “crazy stalker” followed a car with “lil X” in Los Angeles on Dec. 13, thinking it was him, and later “locked the car in motion and climbed on the hood. “

“Lil X” was thought to be a reference to Musk’s two-year-old son with Canadian musician Grimes (real name Claire Boucher), named “X Æ A-12”. Musk later posted a video of the man in the car along with his license plate and asked, “Does anyone recognize this person or car?

A Twitter executive cited the incident as justification for banning the @elonjet account run by Jack Sweeney, accusing him of “doxxing” or posting private information about a person. Musk has also vowed to take legal action against Sweeney, who created a number of such accounts tracking the billionaire’s private jets in what he says is a call to action on climate change. The billionaire industrialist has also suspended the accounts of several other prominent journalists who have criticized him in recent days.

Earlier in the week, a US media report claimed to have identified the so-called stalker. The individual was quoted as insisting that he was the one featured in Musk’s video posted on Twitter and allegedly reported what happened to police in South Pasadena.

The man, described as a delivery driver for UberEats, “made several bizarre and unsubstantiated claims, including that he believed [Grimes] was sending him coded messages through her Instagram posts*; that Musk tracked his location in real time; and that Musk could control Uber Eats to block him from taking the order.”
There has been no official statement on the news from Musk yet.

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