Six former Twitter employees who resigned or were laid off after Elon Musk acquired the social media company have filed a 14-count suit in Delaware federal court, alleging they were denied contractually obligated severance and subjected to employment discrimination.

In a complaint filed Tuesday and made publicly available Wednesday, the plaintiffs—whom the complaint refers to as “Tweeps” throughout—claim Musk’s post-merger transition team blatantly stated its intent to break contracts and laws.