The social media company says that it hasn’t broken any agreements.
On Tuesday, a whistle-blower will testify as investors vote on a deal.
Elon Musk tried for the third time to get out of his deal to buy Twitter Inc., but the company said no. The shareholders of Twitter Inc. will vote on the $44 billion deal tomorrow.
According to a regulatory filing, Twitter’s lawyers said in a letter sent Monday that the billionaire’s attempt to leave is “invalid and wrong” and that “Twitter has breached none of its representations or obligations.”
Musk has said that Twitter should have told him before spending $7.75 million on a separation agreement with the company’s former security chief, Peiter Zatko. Zatko has raised concerns about the platform’s lack of security, privacy issues, and the number of “bots.”