According to a recent lawsuit, Elon Musk requested a restroom constructed near his office at Twitter’s headquarters so he wouldn’t have to awaken his security during the night to use the restroom.
On Tuesday, 6 former Twitter workers filed a lawsuit in the District Court of Delaware over Musk and X. Corp, Twitter’s corporate company.
It charges the accusers with breaking 14 offenses of law, such as those relating to a contract breach, fraud, and labor regulations. But it’s also jam-packed with information on what’s been happening within the social media corporation under the billionaire’s direction.
A minimum of 2 bodyguards came after Musk throughout Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters in March, the BBC was told by a Twitter engineer, such as to the washroom.
According to the lawsuit, Steve Davis, the CEO of the Boring Company, instructed Joseph Killian, a defendant who managed office design at Twitter for twelve years, to begin construction on an additional restroom near Elon Musk’s workspace.