Update: Bodyfootage from Dallas Fort Worth police officers has been released and offers more insight into what happened after Tiffany Gomas deboarded the plane.
Gomas went viral for accusing a fellow passenger of being “not real” and while he is unnamed, he is featured in the bodycam video.
The footage revealed officers intended on charging her with public intoxication and assault for allegedly striking the man.
“No, it’s okay,” the man says while being questioned by officers. “She just push me like that,” he said while making a pushing movement with his hands.
The man claimed says the attack was unwarranted because they didn’t speak before the incident, but he declined to press any charges.
Body cam footage shows that the motherf*cker Tiffany Gomas was referring to on the airplane is most likely NOT REAL. pic.twitter.com/sM8fzK2j0C— Stew Peters (@realstewpeters) August 16, 2023
Earlier: The woman who became a viral sensation after being booted from a commercial flight is finally speaking out about the ordeal.
36-year-old marketing executive Tiffany Gomas has won over the hearts of men across the USA after her July 2nd deplaning from an American Airlines flight.
In videos that quickly circulated social media, Gomas could be seen in a state of visible distress, pointing at an unknown individual at the back of the aircraft and implying that he wasn’t real.
“I’m getting the f* off and there’s a reason,” she said in the videos “I’m telling you right now that motherf*er back there is not real and you can sit on this plane, and you can die with them or not. I’m not going.”
Dallas Fort Worth Department of Safety police officers at the airport tried to speak with a “distraught” Gomas after deplaning her, but she reportedly refused to cooperate.
After seeming to vanish without a trace for a month, Gomas was eventually identified and tracked down to her $1.6m home in Dallas, Texas.
“My life has been blown up. It’s frightening. Things go viral and everything changes,” she told Daily Mail reporters.
The PR and Marketing executive claimed that she’s been the subject of stalking and harassment.
“They’re staking out my house. They’re staking out my neighbors. They’re going through my mail,” she added.
Gomas also claimed that much of what has been circulating in the media or online is not accurate, but deferred to her attorneys.
On Sunday, she released a video to “take accountability” for her actions.
“My very worst moment was captured on video. Although the memes have been amusing, the flipside has been cruel,” she wrote in the caption with her video.
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