Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, And More May Have To Testify At Fyre Festival Trial

January 29, 2019 / Posted by:

The clusterfuck which keeps on giving, The Fyre Festival, may be giving us a bit more tomfoolery in the form of a bunch of models having to answer legal questions while in a courtroom under oath. Someone please ask Bella Hadid about her cosmetic surgery, we’ll finally get the truth!

The New York Post is reporting that various models and social media nothings who were used to promote that Fyre Festival scam may be forced to testify about it. According to new court filings, there are at least 5 models who were used to hype up the event and sell all those fraudulent tickets. Those models, including Bella, Kendall Jenner, and Emily Ratajkowski, may have to answer questions on the stand. They’ll need to talk about payments they received from the organizer, Billy McFarland, who is in jail for the next 6 years.

The models were subpoenaed because of an investigation into what happened to an estimated $26 million which Billy spent before the festival (that explains why Andy King almost sucked dick for Evian). The models were paid to film a trailer for the festival.

The court papers say that trustee Gregory Messer is demanding to know what happened to $5.2 million of festival funds:

“The Trustee believes that these transfers were made from funds that belong to the Debtor in connection with the Fyre Festival.”

One subpoena is going directly to IMG Models, the agency that represents Bella, Hailey Bieber and Elsa Hosk who were also at the promo shoot. Another subpoena is going to Kendall who was reportedly paid $250,000 for one Instagram post.

I have seen both Fyre documentaries and I really can’t get enough of rich people getting scammed out of their money. If Kendall Jenner has to pay back her fee? Oh my god, I think I would achieve Nirvana.

No word on whether or not co-founder Ja Rule will testify but probably not since he already submitted his answer in Twitter form:

Hopefully they don’t investigate Ja Rule’s money involvement too closely. His taxes can’t handle the scrutiny.

Pic: Instagram

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