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You’ve NEVER seen Elon Musk like this

He is the richest man who ever lived: Tesla-Boss Elon Musk (51) made billions with his companies. In public, he doesn’t behave like the typical company boss – sometimes he goes overboard, sometimes he fools around on the red carpet.

Now Musk pictures from another wild time have appeared: His ex-girlfriend Jennifer Gwynne (48) is auctioning photos from the joint student phase.

According to her own statements, she wants to use the proceeds to finance her stepson’s studies. “I’ve had these pictures and notes for a long, long time,” she said “Daily Mail”. But now I’m like, ‘The man can’t stay out of the headlines,’ so…”

Musk and Gwynne during college, drinking champagne

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Gwynne said of a picture of Musk lying face down on the floor in front of a desk at the University of Pennsylvania when he was 23, “Elon was usually very reserved, but occasionally he would just get really silly and want me to laugh with him . So I decided to document how he actually smiles.”

Messy hair, a long coat, a tetrapak of orange juice – Musk’s outfit

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Gwynne and Musk met at university in the fall semester of 1994/95. She was a freshman, he was a sophomore. Both lived in the “Quadrangle” dorm. Gwynne said their year-long romance was sweet, but there wasn’t much public affection.

Rare shot: Affections were rare in Gwynne and Musk's relationship

Rare shot: Affections were rare in Gwynne and Musk’s relationship

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“There was no hand-holding or anything”

She continued, “We were physical when needed… but there was no hand-holding or anything. He liked being together. He just liked having someone with him, someone supporting him.”

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She was attracted to his shy nature, Gwynne said: “He used to be my type.” And as a blonde woman, she also matched his booty scheme. At a meal together – to go from a Chinese restaurant – he got her around.

At that time still at the wheel of a German BMW instead of an electric car: Elon Musk during his student days

At that time still at the wheel of a German BMW instead of an electric car: Elon Musk during his student days

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Gwynne even met his mother Maye (74), his brother Kimbal (49) and his sister Tosca (48) at the time.

Gwynne with Musk and his mother Maye during the Christmas holidays in Toronto

Gwynne with Musk and his mother Maye during the Christmas holidays in Toronto

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However, the relationship ended when Musk moved to California to pursue his tech dreams. “When we weren’t physically together, that was a problem because he’s not good on the phone,” Gwynne said. He felt that phone calls were a “waste of time”.

Most expensive at auction so far: This birthday card Musk sent to Gwynne in 1994

Most expensive at auction: This birthday card, which Musk sent to Gwynne in 1994, currently fetches around $2,000…

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...somewhat dryly, Musk wrote:

…somewhat dryly, Musk wrote: “Happy Birthday Jennifer (aka Boo-Boo). Love, Elon.” He gave her the nickname after she complained that it wasn’t romantic enough

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“It was tough, it wasn’t what a 20-year-old woman wanted to hear. I was totally in love with him,” she says today. Meanwhile, Musk met his future first wife Justine (49) behind her back – and finally broke up with Gwynne. The Tesla boss now has nine children from three different women.

Gwynne is also auctioning off this necklace, which she received from Musk for Christmas in 1994.  He had taken it from his mother's jewelry box

Gwynne is also auctioning off this necklace, which she received from Musk for Christmas in 1994. He had taken it from his mother’s jewelry box

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Looking back, his university love says that his unprecedented career was already foreseeable back then: “He was so matter-of-fact and so sure that electric cars would come. Honestly, for the last 25 years, I knew Tesla would work and be successful. There’s something very contagious about Elon’s confidence and clarity.”

Die Auction at the auction house “RR Auction” runs through September 14, many of the images are currently still at their starting price of $100.

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