Fired for a post on social media, then Elon Musk’s announcement that he didn’t back down. The story of Gina Carano.

An American multinational and also the production company Lucasfilm had abandoned her after some posts deemed homophobic and anti-Semitic. In fact, accused of being far-right, Gina Carano’s case has gone viral.

Musk defends the actress fired after a post on Twitter /

But Elon Musk, current CEO of Tesla, intervened and made an unexpected announcement to say the least. The owner of

The Gina Carano case and Musk’s support in court against Lucasfilm

Gina Carano became famous for having a role as Cara Dune, but now she is suing Disney and also Lucasfilm. The latter is the production company that fired her. The woman believes she has suffered a serious form of injustice and discrimination. And to think that she received such treatment for an Instagram post dated 2021.

Gina Carano and her lawsuit against Disney – (photo ANSA)

The Tesla CEO defended the woman on X, as the owner of the social network. And precisely for this reason he asked his followers to join the cause against Disney. Musk even offered to pay the legal costs of the woman who was allegedly fired for a public post three years ago.

Gina Carano was fired in February 2021 due to a post she made on Instagram. At the time of the events you had compared being a republican to the Jews during the Holocaust. "To get to the point where Nazi soldiers could easily round up thousands of Jews, the government first made their neighbors hate them simply because they were Jews. How is this different from hating someone for their political views?", the post reads.

Precisely for this reason, consequently, the actress no longer collaborated with Disney. The US multinational abandoned her for alleged far-right, homophobic and anti-Semitic positions. Lucasfilm did the same thing and commented on the decision with a message. "Ms. Carano’s social media posts denigrating people based on their cultural and religious identities are abhorrent and unacceptable," she read.