The social media company snapped back at Musk after he accused it of being inflexible on setting a specific trial date.

The company, which sued Musk after he halted a planned $44 billion takeover, said it wasn't true.

If the court has enough time to complete a five-day trial on October 17th, the company will not object to starting the trial on October 17th.

It doesn't agree with the idea that it's not handing over documents. The company said that if Musk did the same, they would start a rolling production of documents. Musk is holding up talks on the scope of discovery by not filing an answer.

A Delaware judge agreed last week to fast-track the trial over the canceled $54.20-per-share deal and asked both parties to agree to a specific five-day trial in October.

According to the social-media platform, the world's richest man is refusing to agree to an even-handed schedule and threw a letter onto the court docket without sharing it with his opponents.

According to the 14-page filing, Musk requires immediate compliance with extravagant and burdensome one-waydiscovery demands unrelated to the issues to be tried.

The case was heard in the Delaware Chancery court.

(Updates with detail from filing from fifth paragraph.)