Elon Musk-run Twitter is facing another lawsuit over unpaid rent in East Bay, court documents filed in the Superior Court of the State of California say.
Twitter has been renting a space at 1330 Broadway in Oakland since 2021. According to the property owner, they served a Notice of failure to Pay Rent to Twitter in December.
It was claimed that Twitter owed a total of $327,550.25.
Twitter was informed to pay the rent within three business days of the late notice or it would be considered a default on the lease.
A court document also states that a second default notice was sent to Twitter in January, stating that it owed an additional $325,570.25 in unpaid rent.
It happened again in February with another $324,570.25 being added to unpaid rent. For March, Twitter owed another $303,366.25. The property owner said unpaid rent caused another $1.2 million in damages.
As of April 4, the court document’s filing date, Twitter had allegedly not paid the $341,039.99 rent for the month.
Attached to the court documents are other documents, including confirmation of lease terms and an email sent to Twitter’s administrators in January 2022 confirming the lease.