The saga continues. The now infamous luxury music festival that left attendees stranded in the Bahamas last week is being sued for $5 million by a ticket-holder who reportedly spent $2,000 on the event. The filing’s also seeking class action status for more than 150 potential plaintiffs, hoping for $100 million in reparations. It claims the festival’s “cashless” policy made leaving nearly impossible, and those who reached the airport found themselves locked in amid the chaos. Meanwhile, the Bahamas may seek restitution for the blow to tourism.