Tesla ‘whistleblower’ files tip with the SEC (TSLA)

Tesla Model 3Hollis Johnson/Business Insider

  • Former Tesla employee Martin Tripp has filed a whistleblower tip with the Securities and Exchange Commission in which he alleges the company lied about Model 3 production numbers and put unsafe batteries in its cars, The Washington Post reports.
  • Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but the company has previously denied Tripp’s allegations about its production process and communications with investors.
  • Tripp has previously said he is motivated to share company information because of safety concerns.

Former Tesla employee Martin Tripp has filed a whistleblower tip with the Securities and Exchange Commission in which he alleges the company lied about Model 3 production numbers and put unsafe batteries in its cars, The Washington Post reports.

According to the Post, which spoke with Tripp’s attorney Stuart Meissner, the complaint repeats claims Tripp had previously made to Business Insider, including that Tesla used batteries with puncture holes in vehicles meant for consumers. Tesla has previously denied this claim. 

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