More awful conditions are coming to light about the dumpster fire that was Ja Rule‘s Fyre Festival.
A class action lawsuit was filed against the rapper and co-organizer Billy McFarland after hundreds of rich millennials and influencers flocked to the island getaway to find a FEMA disaster site and no music awaiting them.
Now, we’re finding out all those affluent concertgoers had to deal with some Guantanamo Bay-level treatment while trying to get back home.
In the $100 million lawsuit filed by lawyer Mark Geragos, festival goers were locked in the airport terminal for hours as passengers waited for a plane to take them back to the states.
Pictures obtained by TMZ show the exhausted travelers were trapped in the terminal like grass-fed cattle as security put a chain-link fence around the building to make sure they didn’t escape.
Geragos claims that some of the weary passengers even passed out from lack of water and the heat. And we thought no luxury cabanas were hard living conditions!
Click HERE to see kids who paid upwards of $10K for a luxury getaway being treated like prisoners of war!