The woman who has become the subject of numerous memes and conspiracies after her airplane meltdown has been identified.
Tiffany Gomas is famous for proclaiming “that motherf—r back there is not real” to passengers aboard an American Airlines flight headed for Orlando after an alleged argument over wireless headphones.
The 38-year-old marketing executive from Texas said “you can sit on this plane and you can f—ing die with them or not. I’m not going to,” before exiting the plane.
Her statements led to widespread speculation on social media, leading to social media personalities creating conspiracy theories and memes.
For example, one person suggested she was sitting next to a “shape-shifting lizard” person.
Some went as far as attempting to decode the usage of hands, finding similarities to a deity allegedly worshipped by the Knights Templar.
According to the Dallas-Fort Worth Department of Public Safety, the incident began had an argument with relatives she was traveling with, accusing them of stealing her headphones.
Because of her statements about the flight, flight attendants felt the aircraft needed to all the passengers to exit the aircraft and reboard.
“Due to the statements the flight attendants felt the aircraft needed to be rescreened,” an airline manager said.
Despite claiming the aircraft was not safe, Gomas attempted to reboard.
“[The airline manager] gave Gomas a verbal criminal trespass notice, explaining she was denied boarding and needed to depart the secure area,” the police report noted.
The details after her denial has led to more speculation as police never took her name or secured it from the airline.
According to the New York Post, she refused to show her ID when she was given a ticket for criminal trespass and also refused to sign it.
She was not arrested or ever taken into custody.
Gomas graduated from Oklahoma State University and served as Vice Presiden of Elevate Brand Marketing.
“Tiffany has built a sales portfolio and track record that rivals account managers with decades in the business,” a co-worker said.
According to property records, her Austin home in the coveted Lakewood neighborhood is valued at around $2 million.
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