Legal squabbles have escalated between Faraday Future and ex-executives, with a new lawsuit filed by the electric carmaker.

According to The Verge, the lawsuit, filed this week in Central California District Court, alleges that former CFO Stefan Krause and ex-CTO Ulrich Kranz, co-founders of secretive electric car startup Evelozcity, pursued theft of intellectual property and poaching of least 20 ex-Faraday Future employees.

Another claim belongs to Faraday Future’s former vehicle manufacturing head, Bill Strickland, and former employees Christoph Kuttner and Sohel Merchant’s alleged involvement in stealing thousands of documents from Faraday Future’s computers, containing trade secrets, finances, vendor information, and other confidential items.

“We do not have, nor do we need, any technology from Faraday Future. This complaint continues Faraday’s pattern of hurling false and inflammatory accusations against us. We will respond to the many recklessly inaccurate allegations in this desperate lawsuit at the appropriate time,” said an Evelozcity spokesperson, in a statement.

Faraday Future has long battled a litany of issues, such as mass employee exodus’, high-profile firings, alleged mishandling of company funds, and founder and CEO Jia Yueteng’s inclusion in a Chinese national debtor blacklist due to ongoing dealings with LeEco, a Chinese tech conglomerate he founded.

This week, its chief of HR also announced her departure, preceding a harshly-worded company-wide email to staff announcing a ‘zero tolerance’ policy for the leaking of internal information.

As of this writing, very little is known about Evelozcity other than a website update from its Dec. 22 version. The website now includes a refreshed slideshow, new ‘vision’ statements, and brief biographies of its three top lieutenants, including Richard Kim, a former founding member and head of design at Faraday Future.

The Verge