New Details About The Sex Party Elon Musk Allegedly Attended (And Why He Thought It Was A Costume Party)

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He claimed it was a party with ‘nerds on a couch.’

The founder of Tesla and SpaceX went to a Silicon Valley sex party in June but apparently didn’t know it was a sex party.

“His impression was that it was a corporate party with a costume theme, not a ''sex party,'' and there was no indication that it would become one after he left,” his reps said in a statement to Business Insider.

Blogger and entrepreneur Paul Biggar attended the summer event and wrote that the paperless invitation called for “glamazon adventurer, safari chic and jungle tribal attire,” which Musk thought indicated a costume party.

The blogger goes on to confirm the billionaire was in attendance at the party that was held at DFJ investor Steve Jurvetson’s home.

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“Apart from the VCs themselves, Elon Musk was there; I saw him on the dance floor,” he continued. “I don’t know him, so I’m relying on vaguely recognizing the dude, as well as being told by our hosts that he was going to be there, along with all the people going “omg, that’s Elon Musk.”

Bloomberg TV host Emily Chang published a book titled 'Brotopia: Breaking Up The Boys' Club Of Silicon Valley” that explains these Silicon Valley “sex parties” and includes all of the dirty details about what goes on at said events, as told by attendees.

One of the unnamed sources in Chang’s book said, "If you do participate in these sex parties, don’t ever think about starting a company or having someone invest in you. Those doors get shut. But if you don’t participate, you’re shut out. You’re damned if you do, damned if you don’t."

Elon Musk disputed the book and said he did not witness any of what Chang said happens at these parties.

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“Emily Chang’s article was salacious nonsense. She conflated what happens in SF sex clubs in the Tenderloin, which have been around long before Silicon Valley was anything, with boring VC parties on the Peninsula,” Musk confirmed to WIRED. “That is misleading to the public and she should be ashamed. If there are ‘sex parties’ in Silicon Valley, I haven’t seen or heard of one. If you want wild parties, you’re in the wrong place. Obviously. That DFJ party was boring and corporate, with zero sex or nudity anywhere. Nerds on a couch are not a ‘cuddle puddle.’ I was hounded all night by DFJ-funded entrepreneurs, so went to sleep around 1 am. Nothing remotely worth writing about happened. The most fun thing was Steve lighting a model rocket around midnight.”

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Biggar’s blog post also said that he did not see any drugs or sex at the party but the invitation warned him about what may go on at the event. He left at 12:30.

“This wasn't billed as a sex party; it was official party of the VC firm. But we were certainly primed for it — there was a sorta 'wink-wink, nudge-nudge' thing going on,” he wrote. “We were warned before going not to be freaked out about the stuff there, no photos were allowed(!), and definitely don't tell anyone what we saw. I actually texted my cofounder 'I think I got invited to a sex party.’”

Musk’s reps insured the public know he had only spoken business at the event and left the alleged sex party early.

“Elon was at the party for a couple hours and left around 1 am after talking with several DFJ-funded entrepreneurs about technology and building companies,” said the statement by Musk’s reps.

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