• Elon Musk unfollowed his baby mama Grimes on Twitter
  • Elon Musk denied Johnny Depp's cheating allegations
  • Judge overruled Amber Heard's attempt to dismiss Johnny Depp's $50 million defamation case against her

Elon Musk unfollowed his baby mama Grimes amid the Johnny Depp cheating allegations and after photos of him cuddling Amber Heard resurfaced.

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has unfollowed his baby mama Grims on Twitter again. Based on the billionaire’s social media activities, he unfollowed the Canadian singer early Saturday, Business Insider reported.

@elonmusk is no longer following @Grimezsz,” Big Tech Alert posted on Twitter.

The publication noted that it wasn’t the first time Musk unfollowed the singer. In the summer of 2018, they unfollowed each other on Instagram and Musk unfollowed her on Twitter, too, sparking rumors that they already split. However, in October 2018, Musk followed her again.

The report of Musk unfollowing Grimes comes after stories claiming Heard cheated on Depp with him surfaced. The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star alleged that they had a relationship while the “Aquaman” actress was still married to him. Depp was convinced that Heard immediately had a new romance after their wedding in February 2015.

According to the court documents, while Depp was out of the country filming, Musk was spotted by an Easter Columbian Builder personnel who testified that Heard received Musk at Depp’s penthouse “late at night.” She reportedly asked the staff to give her “friend Elon” access to the building’s parking garage and the penthouse elevator “late at night.”

There were also photos supporting the claim. Daily Mail shared snaps of Musk and Heard inside the elevator. Depp’s ex-wife sported a swimsuit and a cover-up and they were cuddling.

However, Musk denied the cheating allegations. According to the SpaceX CEO, Heard already broke up with Depp when they began seeing each another. Also, their relationship didn’t become romantic until some time later.

Meanwhile, the judge overruled Heard’s attempt to dismiss Depp’s $50 million defamation case against her. Judge Bruce D. White said that although Heard did not mention Depp in her op-ed for Washington Post, he met the requirements to “plead allegations of an implied defamatory meaning, that is in fact defamatory, as well as circumstances that would reasonably cause the statements at issue to convey an alleged defamatory meaning.”

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been credited with the electric company's surge over the last five months
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been credited with the electric company's surge over the last five months AFP / Frederic J. BROWN