Elon Musk ‘had secret twins’ with top exec

According to court documents obtained by the outlet, the Tesla mogul expanded his family with Neuralink executive Shivon Zilis in November 2021.Business Insider reports that Musk, 51, and Zilis, 36, filed a petition to change the twins’ names in order to “have their father’s last name and contain their mother’s last name as part of their middle name”. Stream more entertainment news live & on demand with Flash. 25+ news channels in 1 place. New to Flash? Try 1 month free. Offer ends 31 October, 2022 >The order was reportedly approved by an Austin, Texas, judge in May, though the children’s names remain unknown. Zilis and a rep for Musk did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Per Business Insider, the twins were born just weeks before Musk and now-ex girlfriend Grimes welcomed their second child, a baby girl named Exa Dark Sideræl, via surrogate in December 2021. They also share two-year-old son X Æ A-Xii.Musk’s two kids with Grimes join his five other living children: Griffin, Vivian Jenna, Kai, Saxon, and Damian.Musk — who is currently dating Britney Ever After Australian actress Natasha Bassett — shares his additional kids with ex-wife Justine Wilson.After marrying in January 2000, he and the Canadian author welcomed son Nevada Alexander Musk in 2002. Nevada tragically died of sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, at only 10 weeks.Musk explained his approach to fatherhood in a 2020 New York Times interview, admitting that he doesn’t play a prominent role in his kids’ lives when they’re young.“Right now there’s not much I can do. Grimes has a much bigger role than me right now,” he said of his then-partner. “When the kid gets older, there will be more of a role for me,” he elaborated at the time. “I think just doing what I’ve done with my other kids.”Zilis works for Neuralink Corporation, a neurotechnology company that develops implantable brain – machine interfaces, which was co-founded by Musk in 2016.After Grimes welcomed the couple’s baby girl, she explained their on-off relationship in a rare interview back in March: “There’s no real word for it.“I would probably refer to him as my boyfriend, but we’re very fluid. We live in separate houses. We’re best friends. We see each other all the time …. We just have our own thing going on, and I don’t expect other people to understand it.“This is the best it’s ever been …. We just need to be free.”This story originally appeared on New York Post and was reproduced here with permission

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