Ex-Twitter executives sue Elon Musk for over $128M in severance: report


4 former prime Twitter executives, together with former CEO Parag Agrawal, have sued Elon Musk for over $128 million in severance, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday.

The opposite plaintiffs are Ned Segal, Twitter’s former chief monetary officer; Vijaya Gadde, its former chief authorized officer; and Sean Edgett, its former common counsel, in line with the report.

The executives, who led the corporate throughout a prolonged and at instances hostile takeover course of during which they sued the billionaire to follow through with the acquisition after Musk changed his mind, say Musk fired them citing gross negligence and willful misconduct, which they deny, the WSJ reported.

Former Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and three different executives sued Elon Musk. Getty Photographs

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The executives say Musk fired them citing gross negligence and willful misconduct, which they deny. AP

Social media platform X, previously generally known as Twitter, didn’t instantly reply to a Reuters request for remark.


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