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Elon Musk Has More Elon Musk's lawyers fight back, slamming SEC for 'unprecedented overreach' in contempt bid
Ginger Lawrence | 15 April, 2019, 22:31

Meanwhile, the Tesla's stocks are decreasing nearly 10% in early trading after the company stated it churns out 77,100 vehicles well behind the speed it must sustain to fulfill the pledge to fabricate 500,000 cars of Musk.

An attorney for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has told a judge which Tesla CEO Elon Musk should confront substantial escalating fines if he keeps violating a bargain with the SEC.

A US judge has given the two until April 18 to resolve their differences or she will rule whether or not Musk is in contempt of court.

His lawyers disagreed, arguing that the tweets in question complied with the earlier SEC settlement terms.

"Everybody take a deep breath, put your reasonableness pants on and work out this", Nathan stated.

"There is 35 GWh/yr "theoretical capacity", but actual max output is ~2/3", Musk said in a tweet.

The issue within Musk's tweets stems from a settlement reached following Musk tweeted he had secured the funds to take Tesla personal at $420 an share - a premium over the price at the time - when he didn't.

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In the recent tweet on February 19 that inspired the contempt proceedings, Musk said, "Tesla made 0 cars in 2011, but will make around 500k in 2019." according to the terms of the earlier settlement, and was inaccurate. That tweet, last August, sent the company's stock on a wild ride.

The order comes after Nathan urged both sides to agree at a hearing on Thursday in NY that Musk attended.

Musk backed off the concept of taking the business private, but regulators concluded he hadn't lined up the money to pull off the offer. His attorneys said the SEC was violating his First Amendment rights to free speech.

Tesla said 63,000 vehicles were just delivered by it down 31% from the fourth quarter of 2018.

As of Thursday's close, Tesla stocks were down 19.5% so far this season.

The tweet that prompted the SEC move said that Tesla will manufacture half a million cars this year.