Elon Musk's daughter is fully altering her identity to disassociate herself from her father.

In April, Xavier Alexander Musk, who has a twin brother named Griffin, turned 18. As she embraced her new identity as Vivian, Xavier filed a petition with the court to change her name almost immediately after her birthday.

Vivian stated that she did not wish to be identified with her biological father as the reason for the name change. The document declares, "Gender Identity and the fact that I no longer live with or wish to be associated in any way to my biological father."

The Blast got the documents from the Superior Court of California in Los Angeles County at the time of their release, but waited to publish them so that Vivian could come forward on her own.

However, the documents began to circulate on Twitter on Saturday evening, right before Father's Day. This Friday is the scheduled date for her hearing.

Xavier Alexander Musk requests that the California Superior Court in Los Angeles County acknowledge her as female. The petition was submitted on April 18.

In January 2000, Elon Musk married Canadian author Justine Wilson. In 2002, their son Nevada Alexander Musk was born. Nevada passed away from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) at only 10 weeks old.

Musk and Wilson resorted to IVF, and in April 2004, Wilson gave birth to Griffin and Xavier, twin sons. In April, they both became 18 years of age.

Two years later, the former couple used IVF to have triplet sons. They were identified as Kai, Saxon, and Damian. Three sons are now 16 years old. In 2008, two years later, the couple filed for divorce. They continue to share joint custody of their five kids.

Vivian states that she wants to alter her name in part to distance herself from her biological father, who has been accused of harboring transphobic sentiments for the past few years.

CNBC previously demanded an apology from Elon Musk for his transphobic statements. Musk tweeted "pronouns suck" in July 2020, but removed the tweet after his then-partner, Canadian musician Grimes, challenged him about it.

A few months later, in a series of December 2020-dated tweets, the Tesla founder apparently criticized individuals who included their pronouns in their internet profiles.

Musk's tweet included a caricature of a soldier rubbing his bloody hands on his face and the phrase "when you put he/him in ur bio." The soldier is sporting a cap emblazoned with the phrase "I love to oppress."