According to a court document, the government's lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase involving Jeffrey Epstein has been served a subpoena from the U.S. Virgin Islands requesting documents from Elon Musk.
The Virgin Islands filed a lawsuit against JPMorgan on Monday over Epstein's involvement in Physical trafficking as part of its effort to "hold accountable those who facilitated or participated, directly or indirectly, in the trafficking enterprise."
The government of the Virgin Islands said that its goal is to "hold accountable those who participated in, directly or indirectly, the trafficking enterprise" of the late financier.
The government claimed that its investigation had shown JPMorgan had "knowingly, recklessly and unlawfully provided and pulled the levers through which Epstein's recruiters and victims were paid."
Musk denounced the subpoena as "idiotic" and denied having any connection to Epstein's advisory firm on Twitter on Monday.
Government requests any correspondence between Musk and JPMorgan or Epstein's documents.
According to the filing, the Virgin Islands believes that Epstein "may have referred or attempted to refer" Musk to JPMorgan as a potential client.