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Elon Musk Had Sex With SpaceX Intern, Asked Woman To Have His Babies, Claims Report

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has reportedly been accused of having sexual relations with two employees, including an intern, and asking another employee to bear his child.

The Wall Street Journal reported exclusively that the tech billionaire created a culture of discomfort for female employees at both SpaceX and Tesla.

This is the latest in a series of allegations against Musk.
He regularly used drugs including LSD, cocaine, ecstasy, mushrooms and ketamine, sometimes while working with directors.

SpaceX’s CEO was previously accused of cultivating a “hostile work environment” where jokes about sexual harassment were commonplace, women were paid less than men, and employees who complained were fired. In their complaints, former employees charged that he had created a sexist culture in the workplace where sexual remarks and other harassment were tolerated or downplayed.

In a Wall Street Journal report, a female Tesla employee claimed she experienced “unusual attention and stalking” from Musk, while a SpaceX flight attendant said Musk made sexual advances on her in 2016 and offered to buy her a horse in exchange for sex.

Another woman, who left SpaceX in 2013, claims Musk repeatedly asked her to have children. The billionaire, who has at least 10 children, has said the world is facing an underpopulation crisis and that people with higher IQs should procreate.

The report also alleges that a woman who works for SpaceX was repeatedly invited by Elon Musk to come over to his house at night. Here are detailed text messages exchanged between the two:

Elon Musk: “Come on! Look, it’s either me or 6am. [exercise] :)”

Elon Musk: “Just finished a production call for the Model 3. It’s definitely going to be hellish for the next few months.”

Elon Musk: “Are you coming? If you don’t, I’ll probably go to sleep. I’m too stressed out to sleep naturally.”

Elon Musk: “Probably best we never meet.”

The next morning, the woman texted Musk, saying, “Uh, sorry I fell asleep. I’ve been a night owl most of my life but I try to stay up late because I think it’s the responsible thing to do. I’m sorry I fell asleep last night, I’ll be honest.”

Lawyers for SpaceX and Musk have denied the report, calling the information it contains “falsehoods.” “The falsehoods, misrepresentations and historical revisionism in your email paint a completely misleading narrative. I continue to be amazed at what these extraordinary people accomplish every day in the midst of all that is working against us, and Elon is one of the finest human beings I know,” SpaceX president and chief operating officer Gwynne Shotwell said.