The court document shared by RS alleges the festival has sent cease and desist letters to "individuals who elected to speak negatively about the Defendants on social media." It was already clear social media clout was a currency Fyre Festival enjoys dealing in. The failed festival spent exorbitant amounts of money on sponsored social media posts from woefully-named "influencers" who rarely, if ever, tagged their social media advertisements as such.
Those who spoke negatively "are now being threatened with legal action," the document alleges. "Specifically, if the social media comments were not taken down, the Defendants claim they could 'incite violence, rioting, or civil unrest,' with the caveat that if 'someone innocent does get hurt as a result ... Fyre Festival will hold you accountable and responsible.'"
The court documents also take a swipe at the festival's refund "applications." shared the weekend of the festival. "This refund 'application' is nothing more than an attempt to save face," the document states. "The Defendants should have information on each purchaser, and should not require an 'application' be completed simply to receive the refund."