Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Alameda County Orders Tesla to Cease Production at its Fremont Facility Immediately: ‘Arrest Me’

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Alameda County officials have ordered Tesla to cease production at its Fremont facility for reopening production amid the coronavirus crisis, Your Content is first to reveal.

Despite the order, Elon Musk continues taunting county officials daring them to arrest him. As the plant reopened Tuesday, Musk also appointed the Paint Operations Director to oversee the Fremont facility.

According to sources close to the situation … Tesla Fremont was fined $236,730 by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for safety violations over the last five years.

The Tesla insider noted ten other major car companies were fined $89,539 combined.

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But according to a staffer, Tesla was ‘was dangerous even before COVID’ resulting in additional hefty fines over the five year period.

Tesla had 3x the number of OSHA violations than every other large auto manufacturer combined from 2014-2018, according to The Drive.

The ongoing battle between Musk and officials in California led to the CEO stating he would move the Tesla facility out of California while also threatening a lawsuit against Alameda County on social media.

We broke the story … Musk, 48, and his girlfriend, 32-year-old musician Grimes gave birth to a baby on May 4.

On Fri. May 1 terrified investors auctioned off their shares in Tesla after believing the tech guru lost his mind following a bizarre twitter rant, where he vowed to hawk off all assets under his name, Your Content exclusively revealed, noting the 48-year-old billionaire admitted he will ‘own no home’ after this.

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