Kendall Jenner Agrees to Pay $90k Over Fyre Festival Promotion

Kendall Jenner was sued back in August last year by Gregory Messer in the US Bankruptcy Court in New York

Kendall Jenner was sued back in August last year by Gregory Messer in the US Bankruptcy Court in New York

And Kendall Jenner's involvement in promoting the festival is costing her $90,000.

As per court documents filed on Wednesday, the reality TV star has agreed to pay $90,000 after she was earlier sued for promoting a misguided image of a music festival that turned out to be a massive failure.

Messer, WWD who said they were "recovering money for creditors that lost money investing in the festival".

"Further, Jenner's reference to her "G.O.O.D".

Billy McFarland, the festival's founder, is now serving jail time for multiple accounts of fraud and the festival organizers are facing multiple lawsuits, while lawyers representing the investors claim Jenner "intentionally led certain members of the public and ticket purchasers to believe" that her brother-in-law Kanye West would be performing.

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The court documents claimed Jenner suggested in the post's caption that her brother-in-law, Kanye West, would be performing at the festival.

The Fyre Festival has resulted in several lawsuits since the music event failed to come to fruition.

Representatives for Kendall Jenner have been contacted for comment. Thanks to founder Billy McFarland's scam, attendees were left stranded with poorly-constructed tents, a lack of food and clean water and an insufficient number of public toilets.

He was sentenced in October 2018 to six years in prison. As part of his plea, he agreed to a forfeiture order of $26 million. News past year states documents from New York's Bankruptcy Court show the event's trustee also sued model Emily Ratajkowski, rappers Migos, Lil Yachty, Pusha T and band Blink 182.

She continued: "I definitely do as much research as I can, but sometimes there isn't much research you can do because it's a starting brand and you kind of have to have faith in it and hope it will work out the way people say it will".

"You never really know what's going to happen", she added.

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