August 17, 2022

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Elon Musk’s daughter is waiting to formalize the name change

18-year-old daughter of a millionaire Elon MuskVivian Jenna Wilson, According to legal documents released on Monday, he demanded that his name be legally changed in order to separate himself from his father.

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In a petition for a name change and a new birth certificate, he said, “I no longer live with my biological father and do not want a relationship in any way.” Muskin’s daughter also changed her gender identity from male to female after reaching the age of 18, when legal rights are allowed in California. The documents were filed in the Los Angeles County High Court in Santa Monica in mid-April and were recently leaked through online media reports.

Muskin’s daughter’s new name changed in online document. His mother, Justin Wilson, married Musk from 2000 to 2008 when they divorced. Musk and Wilson have five children. Musk has two more children with singer Grimes.

In a tweet on Tuesday the 21st, Wilson said he was proud of his daughter. Representatives of Muskin’s daughter were not immediately available for comment. There are no further details about the fight between the young woman and her father, the head of Tesla and SpaceX.

In a statement to the Daily Beast, Musk criticized the media for publishing a story about his daughter and her name. “She doesn’t want to be a public figure,” he said. “I think it’s important to protect the right to privacy. Please do not disclose anyone against their will – that’s not right.” The hearing to finalize the name change will take place later this month.

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Twitter Purchase

Musk, the world’s richest man, is still on Twitter, bidding $ 44 billion to acquire the social media site. On Tuesday, Twitter’s team unanimously recommended that shareholders approve the proposed sale, according to a regulatory filing. The billionaire reaffirmed his desire to move forward with the acquisition during a virtual meeting with Twitter staff last week, although the CEO further pointed out that there are still many “unresolved issues” related to the deal.