After his launch from jail, the notorious Fyre founder and convicted felon is now returning to the positioning of his disastrous competition, the Bahamas, to prepare a “treasure hunt,” Deadline experiences.
Titled PYRT, the occasion will see McFarland lead an tour whereby members should observe down one among 99 bottles with a message contained inside. He’d been teasing the so-called treasure hunt on TikTok.
McFarland served 4 years of his six-year sentence after pleading responsible to 2 counts of wire fraud. He presently owes roughly $26 million as a part of his plea deal and he is additionally barred for all times from serving as a director of a public firm.
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PYRT would be the topic of an upcoming characteristic documentary, After the Fyre. The movie will reportedly comply with McFarland as he “makes an attempt to pay again” the buyers, companions and attendees of Fyre Competition whom he duped. The phrases of his cope with the documentary’s producers haven’t been disclosed.
McFarland entered a responsible plea for fraud again in 2018 for his function organizing the Fyre Competition, a botched occasion that devolved into chaos on the idyllic Bahamian island of Nice Exuma. After he marketed a luxurious vacation spot music competition with the assistance of a number of high-profile influencers, Fyre was abruptly cancelled, resulting in an explosive public fallout and a spate of lawsuits.