While viewers are captivated by the pair of rival documentaries on Hulu and Netflix about the disastrous Fyre Festival, former New York Giants defensive back Jason Bell is threatening a lawsuit against Netflix for his inclusion in its version.

Bell, who appears in the opening minute of “Fyre,” claims he never signed a release with Netflix to use a short clip of a promo he shot for the failed festival with the event’s co-founder, entrepreneur Billy McFarland.

Bell spoke about his issue with Netflix and a potential lawsuit during the podcast he hosts with fellow former Giant Osi Umenyiora — The Jason and Osi Podcast.

“I signed nothing. They don’t have the rights,” Bell claimed. “I don’t have a release form with Netflix, I don’t have a release form with the production company. Somebody’s writing a check.

“I got Los Angeles lawyers. They like this kind of stuff. This is bad because I should not be on there.”

Bell was candid about his friendship with McFarland and the event’s other co-founder, rapper Ja Rule. The ex-Giant claims he was fooled just like others who were connected to the Fyre Festival and decided not to go once he heard whispers that it might not happen.

Here’s the exchange between McFarland and Bell from the promo clip that appears in the Netflix documentary:

Bell: “I like it, man. I like it. I like what’s going on.”

McFarland: “Getting excited for the Fyre Festival? Excited for April?”

Bell: “I’m ready. Do I got my ticket?”

McFarland: “You have your ticket.”

Bell: “Cool. That’s all I need to know.”

McFarland: “Biggest event in a decade.”

What McFarland billed as the “biggest event in a decade” turned out to be a total scam.

Guests who paid thousands of dollars to attend a festival that was supposed to be filled with supermodels, top musical acts and luxurious accommodations were instead met with wet hurricane relief tents, cold cheese sandwiches and no music or models.

Bell wasn’t the only celebrity McFarland recruited for promotional purposes. Stars such as Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, among others, were actually paid to help promote the Fyre Festival before it turned into a nightmare.

Bell was a member of the Giants back in 2006. He also played with the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans during his six-year career in the NFL.