Twitter was sued for millions of dollars over allegations of unpaid rent at the company’s San Francisco headquarters, according to a lawsuit filed on Friday, Jan. 20.
The suit is the culmination of monthslong rumors that under new CEO Elon Musk, Twitter hasn’t been paying rent on its headquarters at 1355 Market St. Those rumors were originally reported by the New York Times. In the interim, two other unrelated lawsuits have been filed against Twitter for nonpayments. Additional stories have emerged that Twitter isn’t paying for janitorial services at its headquarters and that certain rooms in the headquarters have been equipped with beds, the latter of which led to a still-open investigation by San Francisco’s Planning Department and Department of Building Inspection. .