Elon Musk hastily departed after just three days in Mykonos, according to Elon jet's tweets that constantly show the whereabouts of the businessman's private jet that came, saw and left after his dives.
Although the villa he had rented was reportedly at his disposal for at least two weeks, Mr. Tesla, known for his disruptive behavior both in business and in his personal life, chose to depart rather hastily for America.
The tweets posted show that the Gulfstream crew took off from Mykonos in the early hours of Monday Greek time, according to reports, and after first landing in Austin, Texas - presumably to drop off some friends who traveled with them to Greece - took off again for the Long Beach, California.
All this after a single outing of the richest man in the world on the island, when he went to Agia Anna to have lunch at the "Spilia" restaurant, together with his company, which included his sidekick Ari Emmanuel of Endeavor.
With him and the latter's wife, he took his one and only bath in Rhenia, while he also visited Delos, aboard the yacht "Zeus" which had been rented for that day.
He didn't even set foot in Chora, opting for the safety of the villa owned by a Greek entrepreneur well-known in the vicinity of Mykonos for years, and finally left for the USA so suddenly, putting an early end to his vacation in Greece.
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Elsewhere, the dispute between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Twitter is taking many twists and turns.
As per new reports, Elon Musk recently, but before pulling out of the deal, sent a text to Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal on June 28, informing him that the company's lawyers were trying to "cause trouble" after they sought information on the financial details that Musk was planning to complete the acquisition of Twitter.
"Your lawyers are using these conversations to cause trouble. That needs to stop," Musk's text reportedly read. Musk sent the particular message after Twitter asked Musk how he would finance the Twitter deal.
A few days ago, Twitter sued Musk after he decided to back out of the $44 billion takeover deal.
As per The Verge, the lawsuit was filed in Delaware's Court of Chancery on Tuesday, accusing Musk of hypocrisy.
"Twitter brings this action to enjoin Musk from further breaches to compel Musk to fulfil his legal obligations and to compel consummation of the merger upon satisfaction of the few outstanding conditions," Twitter wrote in the lawsuit.
The lawsuit marks the beginning of what could be a protracted legal battle as Twitter seeks to hold Musk to his deal to pay USD 54.20 per share for the company.
Twitter, which is being repped by M&A powerhouse law firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, alleged that Musk looked for an escape from the deal, which required a "material adverse effect" or breach of contract."
"Musk had to try to conjure one of those," the lawsuit stated. Musk announced the termination of the Twitter purchase deal in a letter sent by Musk's team to Twitter earlier this month.
Musk decided to suspend the deal due to multiple breaches of the purchase agreement. In April, Musk reached an acquisition agreement with Twitter at USD 54.20 per share in a transaction valued at approximately USD 44 billion.
However, Musk put the deal on hold in May to allow his team to review the veracity of Twitter's claim that less than 5 per cent of accounts on the platform are bots or spam.