Elon Musk`s social media startup is being sued by California Property Trust for failing to pay $136,000 in rent for its offices.
According to resources, the business informed Twitter on December 16th that it will default on its lease for the 30th floor of the Hartford Building, situated at 650 California Street in San Francisco.
California Property Trust filed a case with the San Francisco County Superior Court last week, alleging that Twitter failed to comply with the order.
According to The New York Times, Musk and other executives addressed the potential ramifications of postponing severance payouts for the thousands of employees laid off in the first week.
Musk was said to have pondered sacking numerous staff without pay after taking over Twitter.