Elon Musk is funding the ex-'Mandalorian' actress's lawsuit against Disney.

Gina Carano claimed Disney and Lucasfilm discriminated against her after she was fired for posting right-wing conspiracy theories on social media. 

On Tuesday, Elon Musk poked Disney again by funding Gina Carano's wrongful-termination case. 

“Please let us know if you would like to join the lawsuit against Disney,” Musk posted on X, which he bought in 2022, apparently seeking other plaintiffs. 

Since Apple and other large advertisers stopped spending on the site in mid-November, Mr. Musk has been challenging Disney and its CEO, Robert A. Iger. 

Advertisers responded to Musk's antisemitic conspiracy theory. He was especially upset by Disney's ad ban, which other Hollywood firms followed.

The New York Times said that X sales staff were informed that Disney has paused advertising “globally” and “indefinitely.” 

Disney spokespersons declined to comment on Tuesday. 

Ms. Carano, a former mixed-martial artist, was fired from “The Mandalorian” in 2021 by Disney for promoting right-wing conspiracy theories and homophobic and antisemitic social media statements.  

"A short time ago in a galaxy not so far away, Defendants made it clear that only one orthodoxy in thought, speech, or action was acceptable in their empire, and that those who dared to question or failed to fully comply would not be tolerated," the suit says. 

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