A Tesla Inc. financier took legal action against CEO Elon Musk and its board in Delaware, declaring Musk has exposed the company to billions in potential liability and market losses by continuing to send “unpredictable” tweets, regardless of a settlement with regulators needing pre-approval of his social networks activity.”Further untreated tweeting by Musk” might “have extreme ramifications on the businesss capability to protect financing,” and it “drives out the very voices in the company implied to stand up to him and protect” financiers, the grievance says.The 105-page derivative claim, made public Friday in Delaware Chancery Court, implicates the electrical vehicle makers board of stopping working to control Musks behavior online, even as he has consistently breached a 2018 settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.The contract, which consisted of payments of $20 million each from Musk and Tesla, called for the company to adopt stringent new oversight treatments related to Musks social networks posts.After Musk faced contempt claims for breaking the offers terms nearly immediately in 2019, the brand-new compliance rules were tightened, according to the partly redacted complaint.But he has actually presumably “continued to issue tweets without the needed pre-approval,” while Tesla churns through internal attorneys.Read More: Elon Musks Mystery Twitter Sitter Has One Wild and Crazy JobAmong the examples pointed out by the shareholder match is one May 2020 Twitter post in which Musk sent Teslas shares plunging by recommending they were overpriced. That tweet alone “damaged nearly $14 billion of Teslas market capitalization in a single day,” according to the grievance.”Musks wrongful conduct” and “the failure of Teslas board to make sure compliance” have actually “caused substantial damage” to the business, the match says.It was initially filed under seal March 8. Reason for Action: Breach of fiduciary duty.Relief: Damages, expenses, fees, and interest.Response: Tesla didnt right away react to an ask for remark Friday.Attorneys: The complainant is represented by Cooch & & Taylor PA and Bottini & & Bottini Inc.The case is Gharrity v. Musk, Del. Ch., No. 2021-0199, problem unsealed 3/12/21.