Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin to Be Subpoenaed Over Fyre Festival Payments
The catastrophe that was Fyre Festival keeps on going down on fire.
Offices that speak to Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, Elsa Hosk and different models will be subpoenaed as a major aspect of Fyre's chapter 11 recording, as indicated by court reports. Fyre Festival's liquidation trustee Gregory Messer recorded an ex-parte arrange in chapter 11 court to look at various organizations and it was endorsed on Monday.
There's at present an examination in progress to reveal the end result for $26 million that Fyre Festival's author Billy McFarland raised by financial specialists. As indicated by Billboard, Messer is investigating $5.3 million in installments in this most recent subpoena. The stupendous aggregate of installments being explored up to this point from the quantity of requests squares with $11.3 million.
As per the court recording, Messer is presently swinging to IMG Models, DNA Model Management and Kendall Jenner Inc. for a few answers about McFarland's installments to their organizations in connection to their appearance in the celebration's limited time video. IMG speaks to Baldwin, Hosk and Hadid while DNA has Emily Ratajkowski. Bulletin says McFarland paid IMG $1.2 million over a range of four months crossing from November 2016 until February 2017.
In January 2017, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star obviously got $250,000 for her job in advancement Fyre Festival. Likewise, DNA Model Management got $299,000 in March 2017.
Jenner advanced Fyre on Instagram previously and said in a now-erased post that her "G.O.O.D. Music Family" would feature the show. Kanye West established the G.O.O.D. Music record mark in 2004. At the time, Jenner got a notice from the Federal Trade Commission since she didn't clarify that it was a promotion and supported post.
As per Billboard, other huge names Messer needs to subpoena incorporate Soulja Boy, who was paid $115,000 in August 2016 and Waka Flocka Flame, who got $150,000.