Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s legal team argues that allegations by Twitter’s ex-security chief give him reason to pull out of his agreement to buy the social media company. Twitter calls Peiter Zatko’s complaints inaccurate, inconsistent and opportunistic. Twitter sued Musk in July after he tried to break off the deal to buy company for $44 billion. Musk claimed that the company had understated the prevalence of bots–or spam accounts–on its platform and that was justification for his change of heart. Tesla CEO now argues that Twitter is damaged goods and by hiding such egregious problems, it committed fraud. The trial is scheduled to begin October 17 in Delaware in Delaware – and Musk has asked for a delay so that the judge for a judge for . . .