Elon Musk to countersue Twitter in attempt to scrap $44B buyout: source

As shown by The Post, Elon Musk is planning to record a counter-ensure against Twitter moving right along - his most recent endeavor to move in an opposite course from his $44 billion acquisition offer.

Musk's ensured partners are enrolling to push a Delaware Court of Chancery judge to interface with them to accumulate data about bots on Twitter, sources near the circumstance said.

A long fight in court could likewise truly pull down the association's stock, giving Musk more effect on rethink Twitter's game plan cost.

The news goes under seven days after Twitter sued Musk in Delaware, blaming the superstar for consenting to purchase the site 

Then, trying to "waste the association, upset its activities, obliterate cash related partner worth, and leave."

Musk has 20 days from last Tuesday, when Twitter's suit was recorded, to report his own counterclaims.

Twitter perceives the court should demand that Musk buy Twitter at the interminable supply of $54.20 per share, 

while Musk has fight that he's permitted to end the approach since Twitter has neglected to give sufficient data about counterfeit records on the site.