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Twitter CEO Elon Musk went on a rampage Thursday, banning 10 prominent news reporters who tweeted his location from their accounts.

The list of prominent journalists banned by Musk on Thursday include former Fox and CNN reporter Keith Olbermann, former Vox journalist Aaron Rupar, Mashable writer Matt Binder, CNN reporter Donie O’Sullivan, The Washington Post‘s Drew Harwell, and New York Times reporter Ryan Mac.

Musk also deleted a Twitter account that tracked his private jet and shared its location.

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Musk took action on Thursday after a lunatic tailed a car carrying his 2-year-old son, X, in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

Musk shared video (filmed by X’s driver) that showed a masked man tailing his son’s car, then blocking the car with his white Hyundai before getting out and climbing on the hood of the car X was in.

The 11-second clip tweeted by Musk showed the alleged stalker’s license plate. Musk was not in the car at the time.

“Last night, car carrying lil X in LA was followed by crazy stalker (thinking it was me), who later blocked car from moving & climbed onto hood,” Musk tweeted.

“Anyone recognize this person or car?” he wrote in a follow-up tweet.

The LAPD would not confirm if they received a report about the stalking incident involving Musk’s son.