Twitter owner reveals the identity of the man who “climbed onto (the) hood” of his car while his son was inside.

Posted BY: Paul Joseph Watson

The individual accused of being a “crazy stalker” by Twitter owner Elon Musk is seen in a video wearing a face mask and keeping hand sanitizer in his vehicle cup holder, leading to suggestions he is a ‘branch Covidian’.

Musk announced that he was taking legal action against the owner of a Twitter account that tracked his private jet after revealing a stalker had managed to find his car with his son inside.

The billionaire said he was taking legal action “against Sweeney & organizations who supported harm to my family,” in reference to Jack Sweeney, a student from Florida, who owned the @ElonJet account which shared information about where Musk’s private jet had taken off and landed.

According to Musk, the information had enabled someone to track down the location of his car. Although Musk wasn’t inside, his son X Æ A-Xii was in the vehicle, which was followed and then blocked by the stalker.

Musk claims the stalker also “climbed onto (the) hood” of the car.

A video Musk posted to Twitter shows a paranoid-looking man wearing a face mask as the person filming him states, “Yeah, pretty sure, got you,” before the man recording the video takes footage of the stalker’s license plate.

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