In a report by the Wall Street Journal, Internet tycoon Elon Musk allegedly killed an old friendship with Google co-founder Sergey Brin after a short affair with his wife, Nicole Shanahan. Earlier this year, stemming from this infidelity, sources told the WSJ that Sergey and Nicole filed for divorce, citing “irreconcilable differences.”
This has not altered even as the world’s richest man attempts to back out his $44 billion deal to purchase Twitter. According to a report published by Insider earlier this month, Elon Musk had twins with Shivon Zilli from an affair with a former employee of Tesla and an executive at his firm Neuralink is telling. It was just a matter of weeks before a surrogate mother gave birth to Musk and Boucher’s second child, increasing the total number of Musk’s children to 9.
According to a former SpaceX flight attendant who worked with Elon Musk, the business paid her $250,000 to stay quiet about an incident. They say he requested her to massage him, exposed himself to him and made sexual advances toward him.
Google’s human resources manager Heather Cairns once branded Brin’s behavior “a sexual harassment claim just waiting to happen” because of his sexual contact with colleagues. A 2014 Vanity Fair article highlighted Brin’s romance with Google Glass marketing manager Amanda Rosenberg, which took place while he was married to 23andMe co-creator Anne Wojcicki and she was dating another Google executive. Brin secretly married Shanahan in 2018 after divorcing Wojcicki in 2015 and getting married to her in secret in 2017. When it comes to the divorce settlement, Shanahan is demanding more than $1.2 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
According to the story, Brin and Musk were close friends. During the 2008 crisis, Brin provided Tesla with $500,000 in cash; in return, Musk made Brin one of the first customers to purchase the Model X. On one knee, Musk reportedly begged Brin for forgiveness at a party earlier this year; sources told the WSJ. The story states that Brin and Musk have not spoken much and that Brin has advised his financial advisors to sell their shares in Musk’s enterprises.
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