Writer, Inc. has reportedly sued Twitter after the company allegedly failed to pay the tech startup for $113,856 worth of services. Based in San Francisco, Writer, Inc. uses artificial intelligence to help companies create content that meets style guidelines and standards. Pinterest, Squarespace, Spotify and Peloton are among the many companies that have enlisted their services. However, none of them have reportedly received a lawsuit from the San Francisco-based company.
“We do not comment on pending litigation or various speculation surrounding Twitter’s financial health,” Twitter executive Ella Irwin said.
Writer, Inc. is reportedly the sixth company to sue the large social media platform. Previously, Columbia REIT, Private Jet Services Group, Blueprint Studios Trends, Innisfree M&A and And Analysis Group are among the growing list of companies that have sued the company for allegedly failing to pay for services rendered.
More recently, the company has reportedly shut down its Slack channels and let go of approximately 50 employees. According to The Platformer, the company has failed to pay Slack for its service. Meanwhile, Musk’s recent layoffs bring more attention to the nearly 70% of employees he’s let go off since taking over last year.