Unlawful Harassment Allegations Fly as Elon Musk’s Dogecoin Lawsuit Takes an Ugly Turn
The ongoing lawsuit between Elon Musk and Dogecoin investors has taken a new turn, as the lead lawyer for the plaintiffs accuses Musk’s lawyers of harassment. Evan Spencer, the head lawyer in the case, filed a complaint with the New York federal court, claiming that Musk’s lawyers have been engaging in an “unlawful harassment campaign” against him and his clients. Musk’s lawyers have previously dismissed the lawsuit as a “fanciful work of fiction” and argue that Musk’s tweets supporting Dogecoin do not prove any fraudulent intent. However, the plaintiffs maintain that Musk secretly owned or controlled two wallets that sold millions of Dogecoin in April in an attempt to manipulate its price. In response to a letter from Musk’s lawyers attacking Spencer’s credibility, Spencer defended his qualifications and stated that all the allegations in the complaint were made in good faith after extensive research. The outcome of the lawsuit could have a significant impact on Dogecoin’s price in the long term.