Lawyers can now summon modelling agencies representing the likes of Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and Hailey Baldwin, who all promoted the ill-fated Fyre Festival, a judge has reportedly ruled.
It comes as part of a bankruptcy case involving the music festival on an island in the Bahamas in April 2017.
The order states IMG Models, which represents Baldwin and Hadid, DNA Model Management, which represents Emily Ratajkowski, and Kendall Jenner Inc must comply with subpoenas issued in the case.
The models and influencers took part in social media campaigns in the lead up to the festival, which was billed as a luxury weekend on a sandy private island.
A glossy advert for the festival featured the prominent supermodels sipping cocktails and frolicking on yachts.
Tickets for the event cost up to $75,000 (£58,000) and guests were encouraged to load up wristbands with money to be used for purchases during the event.
But when guests turned up, they found they were to sleep on rain-soaked mattresses in hurricane disaster tents on what had been a building site on a different island than originally advertised.
Instead of gourmet food, an image showed one festival-goer had been presented with two unbuttered basic pieces of brown bread, two thin slices of cheese and a handful of salad.
The founder of the event, Billy McFarland, was later sentenced to six years in prison on federal fraud charges related to the festival.
McFarland defrauded investors and ticket vendors of $26m (£19.8m), according to prosecutors.
In July 2017, Fyre Festival LLC filed for bankruptcy, saying it was unable to pay vendors and creditors.
The latest ruling in the bankruptcy case follows lawyers representing the trustee for the Fyre Festival LLC estate asking to examine several firms and individuals that were paid by the company behind the festival for promotional services and adverts.
According to court filings, IMG received more than $1.2m (£900,000) from Fyre Festival LLC, while DNA Model Management and Kendall Jenner Inc each received almost $300,000 (£230,000).
The developments follow Fyre Festival co-founder Ja Rule claiming he was also a victim of the infamous event.