Twitter’s ex-CEO and CFO contribute to the high number of lawsuits that Musk and X are facing over nonpayment.

Movie DetailerWorld Twitter’s ex-CEO and CFO contribute to the high number of lawsuits that Musk and X are facing over nonpayment.
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In an attempt to avoid paying severance to executives, Elon Musk is accused of inventing false reasons and instructing employees from his various companies to support his decision. The executives claim that they were terminated without valid cause, as the severance plans had strict definitions of what constitutes a valid reason for termination, such as felony conviction, gross negligence, or willful misconduct.
Musk’s representatives and the San Francisco-based company in question did not offer immediate comments in response to inquiries made on Monday.
The lawsuit also highlights a significant number of legal actions against X for unpaid bills, labeling the situation as “staggering.” Allegedly, Musk’s approach towards these mounting lawsuits has been described as dismissive, with reports indicating that he has adopted a “let them sue” attitude as a response.

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