Judge orders Twitter to hand over former executive documents to Elon Musk

Twitter will have to give Elon Musk documents from a former company executive who the

billionaire claims played a role in calculating the amount of fake 

accounts on the platform, according to a U.S. court ruling Monday.

Twitter's robo and fake accounts have become a central issue in the fight in

which Musk is charged by the social network to honor the company's $44 billion acquisition.

Twitter has been ordered to gather, analyze and produce documents

from former general manager of consumer products Kayvon Beykpour, 

according to a ruling by Judge Kathaleen McCormick.

Representatives for the company and Musk did not immediately comment on the matter.