Tesla hit one of her famous Twitter critics and short-selling salesmen with the detention order – the same person who recently spotted and shot model 3 shot by Tesla before the planned "investor day for autonomy" on April 22 . The company has received a temporary arrest warrant from the Supreme Court of Alameda County in California, which was first seen by PlainSite.org. It is unclear whether the detention order was handed over
Tesla claims that California resident Randepe Hoti "chases, harasses and threatens" three of his employees who ruled Model 3 on the Bay Area highway last week. The company says that Hoti has been pursuing these employees on the public highway for about 35 minutes, differently driving in front of, behind and behind them, and bypassing dangerously close to the vehicle. "Tesla claims that Hoti has even approached Model 3 closely enough that the defensive function has been activated to avoid the car crash.
The manufacturer also claimed that in February, Hoti struck one of his employees as he invaded and watched the Fremont plant in California. He says Hoti has not stopped and "escaped the scene".
Hothi must remain at least 1
Neither Tesla nor Hothi responded to requests for comment.
Posting under the User Name @skabooshka, Hothi posted images of Model 3 on Twitter on Thursday . He noted that cameras were mounted in the rear and inside of the car and theorized that Model 3 was shot for the event on Monday. He claims to have seen the car break the speed restrictions and noted that he is performing simple tasks such as band changes, which means that Tesla could drop out of the event on Monday.
Hothi is, according to his Twitter profile, one of Tesla's many short sellers. Short sellers are people who are betting money that the stock price of the company will fall. Those who focus on Tesla have built a thriving Twitter community where they collaborate around the hashtag #TSLAQ to try to identify what they believe is a fraudulent activity of the company and its executive director, Elon Musk.
Musk has a long history scoffing at the people who cut Tesla's stock. He promised to burn them several times over the last few years, and he and his company have even thrown out one of the most famous anonymous short sellers on Twitter, a user named @MontaSkeptic. By filing a Friday arrest warrant and including @ skabooshka Model 3 tweets, Musk's company once again pulled out one of its most famous short sellers.
Tesla says that Hoti's actions go beyond photographing the Model 3 test. In her initial petition for detention, Tesla said that Hoti had a "crime story in Tesla's buildings" and that "illegal" captured photos and videos in these places and uploaded them to Twitter. Hothi and other Tesla short sellers often post photos and videos to employees' car parks to determine if the company works full-scale. They also take pictures of parking lots that Tesla uses to store an inventory, which they think offers a glance at how much it's wanted or not for the company's cars. A large part of their research studies appeared on tslaq.org.
Shortly after PlainSite made a public procurement order, Musk responded to the 2018 twitter, accusing Hothi as a person behind the @skabooshka bill. This is a link to a website hosting document that accuses Hoti of attacking Tesla because his brother claims to work for Volkswagen. – It's very confusing. @VW what's going on?
(Last August The Wall Street Journal reported that Musk had sent an email to the Chief Executive of the Volkswagen Group if a "Volkswagen employee criticized Tesla on Twitter using a fake name." replied that he was a man's brother, that's a lot. ")
" I will not rest. This is my promise, "said @skabooshka on Wednesday night. Tesla is zero. @elonmusk will go to jail.