Jerry Media, who orchestrated the whole debacle, was also being investigated.
In the aftermath of the shitshow that was Fyre Festival came lawsuits, FBI investigations and of course, two eye-opening documentaries. Now, certain individuals could be asked to appear in court to disclose financial information.
The court is now trying to trace the estimated United States $26 million that Billy MacFarland raised from investors: under their subpoenas, the models will have to detail how much money they received for promoting the festival.
Numerous models were paid to frolic in the Caribbean ocean for a video promoting the event in spring 2017.More news: Keyless cars unlock rich pickings for thieves
Now, bankruptcy court investigations into the millions spent on the ill-fated 2017 event are currently underway - including money paid to models like Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, and artists like Soulja Boy to promote the festival and its corresponding booking app.
Mr Messer wants to examine those named, including Mr Archer and CF Butler & Associates, to determine why they received payments worth more than $90,000 from the Fyre Festival and if they provided sufficient in return to justify the payments. Kendall Jenner Inc., which reps Jenner, obviously, was also subpoenaed thanks to a quarter-of-a-million-dollar payment.
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It is also to be believed that Kendall Jenner was alluding to Kanye West being set to perform in her post, which in turn led to an increase in ticket sales.More news: People think Emily Blunt's pink SAG Awards dress looked like a vagina
Organised by Billy McFarland, Fyre Festival was essentially a cock-up of epic proportions, promising ticket buyers a "luxury concert" spanning two weekends in the Bahamas, only to deliver disaster relief tents in the place of fancy villas and packaged sandwiches instead of meals cooked by celebrity chefs.
Gregory Messer-the trustee overseeing Fyre Media's bankruptcy-hopes that calling the models and influencers to court will help him understand what happened to the total $26 million that was raised by Fyre's investors.
It has not been revealed when exactly Kendall Jenner and other social media influencers have to appear in court but no one, other than McFarland, is expected to receive any form of punishment.More news: State bill introduced to nix personal exemptions for measles vaccine