People are ready to cash in on the fiasco that was Fyre Festival.
After the three-day music festival — which people paid up to $12,000 to attend — devolved into a “complete disaster,” with half-built tents, canceled musical acts, and guests stranded at airports, some people are taking legal action.
At least two lawsuits have been filed against the organizers, Ja Rule and tech entrepreneur Billy McFarland, accusing them of fraud, breach of contract, breach of covenant of good faith, and negligent misrepresentation.
Now, personal injury lawyer Philip DeBerard seems to be preparing for another lawsuit, seeking compensation for festival goers who lost money on tickets, airfare or other injuries. He has created a website called Fyre Festival Lawsuit to entice festival goers seeking compensation — and…