Twitter, under Elon Musk, has lurched from one disaster to another.
The newest disaster comes in the form of a lawsuit.
Twitter’s San Francisco landlord, Columbia Reit, is suing the tech company for failing to pay $136,250 in rent for their office spaces.
Back on December 16, Columbia Reit informed Twitter that it would be in default on its lease for the 30th floor of the Hartford Building unless the rent was paid. They were given five days.
According to the complaint filed in court last week, Twitter did not comply.
Before the notice was sent on December 16, the New York Times reported that Twitter hadn’t paid rent in weeks.
Musk is too busy selling his stock to survive.