FBI investigates fraud at Fyre Festival of Ja Rule
The FBI conducts investigations into possible financial fraud at the Fyre Festival. It is not known why Fyre Media, the company behind the festival, this is being investigated.
Possible it related to earlier charges against the festival were done, writes The New York Times. Thus, Tablelist, a company that tickets for the festival sold, Fyre Festival previously sued for breach of contract and fraud.
Also want to Tablelist 3.5 million dollars (over 3 million) of the festival to make money with it some of the victims of the festival to pay back. Visitors could, among other kaartverkoper Tablelist about a thousand euros for a ticket and paid, but upon arrival found the terrain less luxurious and was than of them was promised. The visitors decided to go home, after which the organization decided to take the festival to cancel. The festival-goers demands 100 million dollar (95 million euro) in compensation.
Another case against Fyre Festival revolves around an alleged collaboration between Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowsi. The well-known models would be the visitors are tempted to book tickets for the festival to buy, but it was not mentioned that they had money for received.
Also band Blink-182, one of the headlining acts during the festival, the festival let down. So would the stuff of the band still on the field of Fyre Festival, without the band there. “We do everything We can to resolve this,” said Billy McFarland, festival organiser and owner of Fyre Media here previously about.
The company of McFarland would be duped visitors, meanwhile, have offered to increase the amount that they paid for a ticket, to get back. They can also choose to use next year as a VIP to the festival.
Yes Rule again indicted for organization Fyre Festival