Twitter sued by crown estate over alleged unpaid rent on London HQ
Social media platform abandoned its offices near Piccadilly Circus after Elon Musk takeover
Twitter is being sued by the crown estate for allegedly failing to pay rent on its London headquarters.
The estate, which manages property belonging to King Charles III, filed a claim against Twitter in the high court in the capital last week. The alleged rental arrears relates to office space near Piccadilly Circus in central London, according to the BBC.Continue reading…