The Daily Beast Reports:
"More than a dozen investigators from the New York district attorney’s office showed up Thursday at Newsweek’s offices in the financial district, The Outline first reported. While the reason for the visit was initially unclear, one source noted to the outlet that the visiting officers took photos of the company’s servers in the office. "
But according to Wired:
"Elon Musk, whose companies Jurvetson has invested in, confirmed to WIRED that he attended the party but disputed the Vanity Fair article’s “sex party” characterization. He wrote, “Emily Chang’s article was salacious nonsense. She conflated what happens in SF sex clubs in the Tenderloin, which have been around long before Silicon Valley was anything, with boring VC parties on the Peninsula. That is misleading to the public and she should be ashamed. If there are ‘sex parties’ in Silicon Valley, I haven’t seen or heard of one. If you want wild parties, you’re in the wrong place. Obviously. That DFJ party was boring and corporate, with zero sex or nudity anywhere. Nerds on a couch are not a ‘cuddle puddle.’"