A lawsuit has been filed on Twitter. The reason is the non-payment of rent for an office in San Francisco. This is reported by Bloomberg.

Twitter’s debt to California Property Trust is $136,250 in rent. On December 16, California Property Trust notified Twitter that the company must pay rent within five days. Now, in its complaint to San Francisco County High Court, the California Property Trust said the tenants did not comply with the requirement.

Even before that, the New York Times reported that Twitter had stopped paying rent for its offices in different parts of the world, thus trying to reduce costs.

Earlier, Elon Musk introduced the concept of Twitter 2.0.