Tesla CEO Elon Musk, pictured here at a German factory in March 2022, faces a trial this week over his series of 2018 tweets teasing a Tesla buyout that never materialized. Patrick Pleul/AFP via Getty Images
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In 2018, before Elon Musk was making headlines for his role in running Twitter, he was making headlines for another Twitter-related controversy: allegedly using the platform to commit fraud.
Back then, a series of tweets about a possible $72-billion Tesla buyout that
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