According to The Verge , Elon Musk has refuted the WSJ report that stated he had affairs with Sergey Brin’s wife.
the Wall Street Journal recently released a report that once again placed Elon Musk in the spotlight. According to that source, Musk’s extramarital relationship with Brin’s wife was the cause of Sergey Brin and his wife Nicole Shanahan’s decision to file for divorce due to their irreconcilable differences.
Elon Musk refuted the claims, claiming it was merely based on hearsay from a third party. Musk responded to the news as well, saying that it was complete nonsense. Sergey and I are pals, and last night we attended a party together, he said. In three years, Nicole and I have only met twice, and both occasions have involved a large crowd. Nothing sentimental. Even further, Musk insisted he hadn’t had sex in a while.
Advertisement SERGEY BRINS’ WIFE AFFAIRS WERE DENIALED BY MUSK The WSJ piece includes some further information about the alleged affair. According to the article, Musk and Shanahan met at the prestigious Miami Art Basel event. After breaking up with his fiancée Claire Boucher, widely known as Grimes, Musk did this. The report also asserts that despite their separation, Brin and Shanahan were still cohabitating. Infighting between the spouses had gotten worse during the COVID-19 lockdowns.
Elon Musk’s romantic relationships have previously made news. His previous relationships with Amber Heard raised problems for him. Business Insider recently published a study on Musk’s relationships with Shivon Zilli, a senior executive of Neuralink and a former Tesla employee. According to the article, Zilli is Musk’s twins’ mother. The twins were also delivered many weeks before Musk and Boucher’s second child, who will be born via surrogate, was due. If these rumors are accurate, Musk has nine children as of right now.
Additionally, a former SpaceX flight attendant accused Musk of sexual harassment a few months ago. Musk allegedly made her an offer of $250,000 in exchange for her silence on the subject.
Advertisement Brin and Musk are close friends, and during the 2008 financial crisis, Brin invested $500,000 in Tesla. Their friendship has been harmed by recent controversies, and Brin reportedly wants to divest his holdings in Elon Musk’s businesses.