Thursday, December 7, 2023
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Twitter has been sued for failing to pay the rent for its office space in San Francisco, and lands in yet another legal trouble.

According to the land owner, the social media giant was notified on December 16, 2022, that it would be in default on its lease for the 30th floor of the Hartford Building in five days unless the rent was paid and the occupant failed to comply.

The case against Twitter was filed in state court in San Francisco. Several media reports have claimed Twitter has not paid the rent for its headquarters, or any of its other global offices, in weeks.

This is not the first time that Twitter has been sued. Earlier too, the company was taken to court for refusing to pay for two charter flights.


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