Tesla CEO again proves he is exempt from all rule

The drama over Musk's $44 billion deal to buy Twitter continues to unfold in a series of tweets between Musk and the company.  

Musk announced Friday that the deal has been halted. 

As an alternative to filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, he shared this news via Twitter.

He probably flouted convention by using Twitter and other social media platforms to disclose material information back in 2013.

Musk has broken many rules over the years, and not just skirted norms, and none of it has slowed him down or changed his behavior.

Musk is walking, tweeting proof that normal rules do not apply to the ultra-rich if they choose to ignore them.  

Financial penalties imposed by regulators or business partners have no impact on him.

Musk recently acquired almost 10% of Twitter stock - without providing the legally required disclosure in a timely manner.

Investors who purchase 5% or more of a company's stock must disclose the purchase within 10 days