Ex-girlfriend of Elon Musk sells memento photographs of the billionaire for 165,000 {dollars}

Ex-girlfriend of Elon Musk sells memento photographs of the billionaire for 165,000 {dollars}

Jackpot for Jennifer Gwynne. The ex-girlfriend of billionaire Elon Musk auctioned a set of 18 memento photographs which offered for a complete of 165,000 {dollars}. The American and the boss of Tesla shaped a pair for just below a 12 months, between 1994 and 1995, whereas they have been finding out on the College of Pennsylvania. They broke up when Elon Musk graduated and moved to California to start out a PhD at Stanford, based on Fox 29. “He wasn’t good on the telephone. He was not good at long-distance relationships,” she advised the TV station, including that the cut up was on good phrases.

On the images, which have been auctioned Thursday, September 15, 2022 by the public sale home RR Public sale, we are able to see recollections of the economics scholar who was having time together with his mates and Jennifer Gwynne. Among the many objects offered was a 14-karat gold necklace adorned with a small inexperienced emerald, which offered for $51,008. A birthday card signed by Musk to Gwynne, wherein he referred to as her “Boo-Boo,” offered for $16,643. Jennifer Gwynne confided that she offered these objects to finance the college research of her stepson.

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“Elon Musk is among the most profitable entrepreneurs of the twenty first century,” mentioned Bobby Livingston, director of the Boston-based public sale home. There’s little or no materials associated to Musk that has been offered at public sale, and we’ll little doubt see extra quickly with the success of this sale.” The SpaceX boss hasn’t publicly commented on the public sale, however he did give the sale a nod. On Twitter, he changed his avatar with one of many photographs offered.

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