Perhaps the best part of last weekend's spectacular Fyre Festival debacle was the incredulous live-tweeting from fans on the ground. But unsurprisingly, the festival's organizers weren't quite as entertained. TMZ reports that lawyers for the fest have already fired off a cease and desist letter to at least one disgruntled festivalgoer, claiming that their complaints that "communications on the island were non-existent and there was nothing but disaster relief tents that were on the verge of blowing over" are untrue and could "incite violence, rioting, or civil unrest." If the fan in question doesn't take the posts down and "someone innocent does get hurt as a result," the attorneys promise, "Fyre Festival will hold you accountable and responsible."
This article originally appeared on Stereogum.