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While the Fyre Festival was quickly over before it officially began, the fall out for its organizers Ja Rule and Billy McFarland is far from over. Earlier today, three women, who attended the failed fest, filed an injunction to stop the rapper and the businessman from…well…doing business.

The organizers are also being sued for breach of contract, violation of California business and profession code, negligent misrepresentation and fraud in the class action lawsuit.

But that’s not all… Yesterday, celebrity attorney Mark Geragos filed a $100 million lawsuit on behalf of plaintiff Daniel Jung, seeking punitive damages for alleged fraud, breach of contract, breach of covenant of good faith and negligent misrepresentation after the first weekend imploded in chaos. 

Looks like pissing off a bunch of rich social media influencers may not have been the best business move?

According to court docs, today’s class action lawsuit seeks, “to recover damages for the use of unlawful, unfair and fraudulent acts and practices in provision of selling tickets and promoting a music festival to CA residents.”

The lawsuit, which was filed by plaintiffs Chelsea Chinery, Shannon McAuliffe and Desiree Flores on behalf of all California residents who purchased tickets, travel packages and/or attended the Fyre Festival attendeestakes aim at Ja Rule, McFarland, Fyre Media, Matte Projects and Does 1-100.

The plaintiffs allege that the defendants, “deliberately and fraudulently marketed and sold tickets to a lavish, tropical destination music festival.”

The lawsuit also claims that the event was billed as a, “journey and destination, a place where music, culture, and food combine, igniting out curiosities and our passions over two weekends on…

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