Elon Posts Video Of ‘Crazy Stalker’ Who Climbed On Car With Toddler In It

It was last Tuesday when a person who allegedly was stalking Elon Musk and his family apparently blocked his family’s car before climbing on its hood. The man allegedly believed Elon was in the car, but the only Musk present was ostensibly his toddler son.

“Last night, car carrying lil X in LA was followed by crazy stalker (thinking it was me), who later blocked car from moving & climbed onto hood,” Musk wrote on Twitter Thursday.

The tech mogul additionally stated that he would be pursuing legal action against Jack Sweeney, a man who allegedly used an account known as ‘Elonjet’ a now-suspended Twitter account used to track Musk’s whereabouts every time he flew on his private jet.

Musk banned other accounts operated by Sweeney as well, including his account dedicated to tracking employee planes at the Musk-owned SpaceX.

It did not end there either. Sweeney also apparently tracked online the private flights of other well-known public figures including Bill Gates, former President Donald Trump, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

“This is coordinated and Elon is well aware I’m sure,” Sweeney reportedly wrote before his account was deleted.

Alas, it appears the tables have turned for the alleged stalker following Musk. The Twitter CEO posted a video online that captured a video of the man in his car, also showing the vehicle’s license plate. Musk asked users if they can identify the man in the car.

RedState noted that the person was dressed up in an all-black look reminiscent of the dress code followed by members of the leftist terrorist organization Antifa.

Musk’s posted video of the individual has gained a total of 16.1M views since the time this article was written.