That'll teach him. Fyre Festival founder\/convicted felon Billy McFarland tried to skirt the rules in prison by starting his own podcast. The aptly titled\u00a0Dumpster\u00a0Fyre\u00a0was launched earlier this week and he appeared via phone in an interview with Jordan Harbinger. As the pod's description of that episode says: In the premiere episode of Dumpster Fyre, Jordan Harbinger interviews a remorseful and seemingly humbled Billy McFarland. Calling from prison, Billy reflects on his mistakes while exposing the culmination of events leading to the Fyre Festival disaster. Well, that landed him in solitary confinement.\u00a0According to the\u00a0New York Times, he was thrown in there for participating in the show. \u201cWe believe the investigation stems from his participation in the podcast and the photographs that were taken and utilized in the trailer, which were all properly taken,\u201d McFarland\u2019s lawyer Jason Russo said in a statement to the\u00a0Times. \u201cWe don\u2019t believe he\u2019s violated any rule or regulation, and there can\u2019t possibly be anything else. He\u2019s been a model prisoner there.\u201d The Fyre Fest founder is currently serving a six-year sentence after pleading guilty to\u00a0two counts of wire fraud. Earlier this year, Fyre Fest merch was auctioned as part of the effort to benefit the victims. He is also supposedly writing a book as well. Listen to the episode that got McFarland in trouble again below.