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King Charles is suing Elon Musk for failing to pay rent for Twitter’s headquarters

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New legal troubles ahead for Elon Musk, a South African entrepreneur naturalized in the United States, owner of Telsa and CEO of Twitter for several monthsThe magnate was even sued by King Charles III, who will be officially crowned king in May.

The Crown Estate, i.e. the collection of lands and assets in the United Kingdom belonging to the British monarch, has denounced Twitter (which is why it all falls on Elon Musk) for failure to pay the rent of the London office. At the moment everything is being investigated by Twitter’s lawyers, but the alleged rent arrears that the entrepreneur (a figure who divides the social world but also international politics) should pay to the English monarchy are linked to Twitter’s offices in Piccadilly Circus from October to January. PA now the UK branch of Twitter has not commented on Buckingham Palace’s requests, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it was Musk himself who responded via social media.

Source: Corriere

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