Elon Musk was issued a subpoena by the US Virgin Islands in its lawsuit accusing JPMorgan Chase & Co. of knowingly benefiting from Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-trafficking.

The US territory mentioned in courtroom papers it had cause to consider Epstein could have referred or tried to refer Musk to JPMorgan as a shopper. A number of different billionaires, together with the Google co-founders Larry Web page and Sergey Brin, have additionally been issued subpoenas by the USVI.

Musk and his legal professional Alex Spiro didn’t instantly reply to questions in regards to the subpoena through electronic mail.

The USVI on Monday requested the choose overseeing the case to authorize different technique of serving the April 28 subpoena on Musk. The territory mentioned it made good-faith efforts to acquire an tackle for Musk, together with hiring non-public investigators, however had been unable to find one. 

The territory mentioned it additionally tried to serve Musk on the places of work of Tesla Inc. The USVI requested for permission to serve the subpoena on Tesla itself. 

The USVI subpoena seeks paperwork reflecting communications or conferences between Musk and JPMorgan or Musk and Epstein regarding the 2 males’s accounts on the financial institution. It additionally seeks from Musk any paperwork “relating to Epstein’s involvement in human trafficking” or regarding charges the Tesla CEO paid to Epstein or JPMorgan in connection together with his accounts on the financial institution.