Former President Bill Clinton's rape accuser, Juanita Broaddrick, had her Twitter account reinstated after she had been suspended in April for controversial tweets.
She was reinstated alongside accounts belonging to Project Veritas, Congressman Taylor Greene, and Donald Trump.
Broaddrick's account was suspended after she posted a message that said that the pharmaceutical industry profits from vaccines that do not work and alter DNA. Twitter said that it would restore her account if she deleted the post.
She made headlines in 1999 after she accused Clinton of raping her in 1978. Clinton denied the allegations at that time. He served as Arkansas' attorney general at that time.
Initially, Elon Musk had planned on having a council that would handle the decisions related to reinstating accounts. However, he took over the matter himself and reinstated accounts on Friday. Among the actions he took was to reinstate Trump after a Twitter poll revealed that users supported the president.