The disgraced organizer of the Fyre Festival may have been paid as much $250,000 to be interviewed for Hulu’s new documentary about the fiasco
|01/15/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Two highly anticipated TV shows documenting the wild Fyre Festival saga begin streaming this week. Hulu’s version debuted on Monday, while Netflix’s will follow on Friday.
- Billy McFarland, the festival organizer who was sentenced to six years in prison in October and ordered to forfeit $26 million, is interviewed in Hulu’s version. Hulu confirmed to The Ringer that McFarland was paid for doing the interview but denied that it was as much as $250,000.
- According to the director of Netflix’s documentary, McFarland asked for $125,000 for an interview.
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