The Musk-Twitter drama continues. For a company that didn’t want Musk to buy them, they’re making it awfully difficult to exit.

(San Francisco, CA) — Twitter has subpoenaed a number of Elon Musk’s associates. It is part of the legal battle over the Tesla and Space X CEO attempting to cancel his 44-billion dollar purchase of the social media company. Included on the list of those receiving subpoenas are venture capitalists, investment firms, and other influential people who worked at PayPal, a company Musk co-founded.