The drama surrounding the ill-fated Woodstock 50 festival shows no signs of abating.

On Wednesday, the event’s organizers filed a lawsuit demanding that the main investor, Dentsu, return $17.8 million they allegedly took from the Woodstock 50 bank account.

According to Rolling Stone, the court docs also want “a gag order on Dentsu from speaking with the media, state officials, performers, and others” and are asking a judge to “compel it to continue work on the fest [and] be more transparent in its accounting.”

The lawsuit also accuses Dentsu of sowing seeds of doubt about Woodstock 50’s viability with artists and agents, and hinting that the investor, who’s a sponsor of the 2020 Summer Olympics, could book acts at that event instead.