Here’s what Fyre Festival attendees suspicion they were removing when they bought $1,200 tickets — and here’s a nightmarish existence during a core of a authorised battle


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Fyre Festival organizers Billy McFarland and Ja Rule are confronting several vital lawsuits after attempting to put on a song festival in a Bahamas usually to have it fall before it began.

The many new suit, filed in a Southern District of Florida, was brought by dual Fyre Festival guests, Emily and Kenneth Reel.

Filed by Greenspoon Marder and seeking $5 million in damages, a fit names Fyre Media, McFarland, Ja Rule (Jeffrey Atkins), and two PR firms that were tasked with doing graduation for a festival, 42West and Matte Projects. 

“Even simple due industry would have suggested that a Fyre Festival could not presumably live adult to a hype, as simple infrastructure was not even in place,” a censure reads. “And, on information and belief, a PR Defendants did zero to safeguard that what they were marketing, and in spin what people were relying on in purchasing tickets, was or even could be true.”

One shot display a lady swimming in a sea off Exuma is highlighted, that according to a plaintiff, is incorrect, as one of a employees of a festival was told not to go nearby a H2O off Exuma since of “a prevalent shark problem,” a lawsuit says. 

Here’s a full Fyre Festival promo video:

The lawsuit outlines what a expectations were for this supposedly “luxury” festival vs. a realities. Take a demeanour during a cinema below:

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