In the latest in the ongoing saga over former Twitter legal chief Vijaya Gadde’s unpaid legal bills, her attorneys hit back at the social media platform—and its new owner—for refusing to pony up $1.1 million for fees she incurred in preparing to testify before Congress earlier this year, saying in a court filing this week that Twitter “just does not want to pay.”

Gadde and two other former Twitter executives sued the San Francisco-based company in the Delaware Court of Chancery in April seeking reimbursement for legal fees they’d racked up on Twitter-related matters, including lawsuits and investigations, since Elon Musk completed his $44 billion purchase of the company in October and immediately fired them.

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