Billy McFarlane – co-founder of the infamous Fyre festival – may have left his cell, but he still has a lot to do, including mental health plans and what he’ll have to pay for, before he’s a completely free man some bills.
Billy’s attorney, Jason Russo, tells us that the disgraced festival organizer currently lives in a house halfway through the prison. According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Billy will be subject to a strict set of terms for the next three years while on supervised release.
As part of the condition, Billy must enroll in an outpatient mental health treatment program, continue to take any prescribed medications, and pay for unpaid services.
On top of that, any of his belongings can be searched anytime his probation officer suspects any violation.
As we reported, Billy was transferred from federal prison back to Halfway House in March.Of course, this is after him Sentenced to 6 years After being imprisoned in 2018 plead guilty 2 counts of wire fraud on this disastrous holiday.
We’re told his focus now is on repaying the whopping $26 million he owes to festival victims.And, he’s obviously already brainstorming — like a book or a movie — right now he’s out of jail.