Tesla accused of knowingly selling defective vehicles in new lawsuit

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A former Tesla employee claims that the company knowingly sold defective cars, often referred to as "lemons," and that he was demoted and eventually fired after reporting the practice to his superiors. He filed these allegations in a lawsuit filed in late January in New Jersey Superior Court under the Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA).
The former employee, Adam Williams, worked for Tesla as a regional manager in New Jersey since the end of 2011. While there, he says he saw the company not "disclose to consumers the damage repairs before delivery" before delivering their vehicles, according to the complaint. Instead, he says the company sold these cars as "used" or labeled as "demo / borrowed" vehicles.
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