Private Jet Services Group (PJS) have announced that they are now taking legal action against Twitter, owned by American billionaire Elon Musk. PJS claims that the social media platform has been trying to avoid settling a bill of $197.7,000 and is determined not to let them get away with it.
Last October, Private Jet Services disclosed that Twitter had contracted their services for two flights between New Jersey and San Francisco on the twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh in order to transport Leslie Breland, its former marketing director.
Just 24 hours before acquiring Twitter for an astounding $44 billion, Berland had chartered a private plane to take her to San Francisco.
In November, Breland’s employment was terminated by Musk as part of his decision to reduce Twitter’s staff size by nearly 50%.