Elon Musk denies he went to wild Romanian sex party hosted by Andrew Tate

Twitter boss Elon Musk has used his platform to sensationally deny that he attended a wild sex party hosted by Andrew Tate.

Ex-kickboxer and self-described misogynist Tate, 36, was arrested alongside his brother Tristan earlier this week in Romania as part of a human trafficking and rape investigation.

And Musk, 51, has inadvertently become involved, being forced to deny that he attended an X-rated shindig in Romania.

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"To the best of my knowledge, I have never met him, nor was I at that Halloween party in Romania," Musk tweeted in response to journalist Ian Miles Cheong, who often praises the Tesla CEO.

Cheong had tweeted: "Normies who’ve never heard of Andrew Tate think he’s the owner of Rumble and that Elon Musk went to one of his sex parties because if that stupid viral tweet that journalists (!!) retweeted, and that a pizza box did him in. Disinformation is bad, folks."

The viral tweet he referred to was one posted by an account named @lib_crusher, claiming – among other things – that Musk attended a Halloween party in a Romanian castle.

The pizza box element of the tweet referred to rumours that Tate alerted Romanian authorities to his whereabouts after showing the packaging from a Romanian pizza chain in a video he sent to Greta Thunberg.

However, it is unlikely that the authorities didn't know Tate was in the country just hours before arresting him.

After being briefly released from detention, the BBC reported that Tate will be held in Romania for 30 days after a court agreed to a police request.

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Musk previously confirmed he was at an infamous soiree at an investor’s Silicon Valley home back in June 2017.

Allegations of rampant sex and drug use at the shindig have become infamous after being revealed in the book Brotopia: Breaking Up The Boys' Club Of Silicon Valley.

The book claimed the party in question developed into a “cuddle puddle” – referring to group sex.

It was held at former DFJ investor Steve Jurvetson's California home, with the company apologising for any misconduct at the event.

However, Musk himself hit back at claims it was a sex party – claiming “nothing remotely worth writing about happened”.


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