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Twitter sued for not paying rent for San Francisco headquarters

by | Jan 3, 2023

Twitter is being sued for ducking out on rent for its downtown San Francisco headquarters, where the platform reportedly went through heavy cost-cutting under new CEO Elon Musk, shown above, reports the New York Post.

The company owes $136,260 in unpaid rent, according to the lawsuit filed by Columbia Property Trust.

According to the NY Post, “Twitter’s freeloading was reported early last month by the New York Times, which wrote Musk and his advisers hoped to renegotiate terms of lease agreements after mass layoffs.

“The downsizing has already begun.

“Twitter closed its Seattle offices, the Times reported Friday, cutting janitorial and security services. Remaining employees were left to bring their own toilet paper to work, according to the report.”

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