Sunday's report broadens the scope of problems. Blink 182 and several businesses contracted by the festival have equipment stuck in "customs limbo." That's in part due to Fyre owing more than $330,000 in customs fees to the Bahamian government.
There is also financial trouble with unpaid staff who were sometimes paid in cash and rarely, if ever, given pay stubs. Contract workers like Ian Nicholson, a carpenter owed more than $5,000, have also gone unpaid, according to the report.
As debts went unpaid and the disaster continued to unfold, festival founders Billy McFarland and Ja Rule told staff the "sensationalized" mishap wasn't the end of the company. “The whole world knows Fyre’s name now. This will pass, guys," Ja Rule said in a recording obtained by the Times.