Elon Musk’s company Twitter has been sued by the owner of its San Francisco offices for non-payment of rent.
According to international media reports, the company has been sued by a California property trust for non-payment of $136,250 in rent for Twitter’s offices in San Francisco.
In December, the social media company was notified that it would default on its lease on the 30th floor of the Hartford Building at 650 California Street in San Francisco if the company did not pay its outstanding rent within 5 days, the report said. will go
A complaint was filed against Twitter this week for failing to comply with the order.
According to the report, the company has not paid rent for its offices since Elon Musk took control of Twitter.
Elon Musk has even laid off cleaning staff at the company’s New York offices and canceled cleaning work at its San Francisco headquarters earlier this month when staff struggled to meet their demands. went on strike for
As a result, Twitter employees had to manage their own toilet paper.
Now Elon Musk has been locked out of 4 floors of the company’s offices in the city for not paying rent for Twitter’s San Francisco offices.