Marketing executive Tiffany Gomas went viral last month after she was caught messing around on an airplane. Now, he has broken his silence to publicly address the incident for the first time.

Gomas breaks his silence

daily Mail Reports suggest that Gomes, 38, was caught on camera boarding a flight from Dallas to Orlando on July 2, and infamously said that “that motherfucker ain’t real”. After deleting all her social media accounts, she appeared for the first time this week to apologize for her behaviour.

“I apologize and take accountability for my actions, they were inappropriate,” Gomas wrote on Twitter. “My worst moment was caught on video.”

“Though the memes have been amusing, the flip side has been brutal. I am grateful to my friends and family for supporting me in this,” she said. “This experience has been life-changing and I hope to do good and promote positive mental health. stay tuned!”

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‘Things go viral and everything changes’

Gomas posted it along with a video in which he addressed the controversy.

“Hello everyone, it’s me – Tiffany Gomas, better known as the crazy plane lady. Which is totally fair,” she said. “As you know, I don’t speak on viral videos. But finally I think the time has come. I lost my life. It’s scary. Things go viral and everything changes.

Gomas explained, “First and foremost, I want to take full accountability for my actions.” “They were completely unacceptable. Distressed or not, I should have controlled my emotions, and I didn’t. My use of profanity was completely unnecessary and I want to apologize to everyone on board that flight, especially those whose children were on board.”

Gomas further stated that she could not even imagine “going through that and trying to explain to my child what in the world had happened.”

In the disturbing viral video, Gomas can be seen telling his fellow passengers, “I’m getting shit and there’s a reason… I’m telling you right now the motherfuckers out there ain’t real And you can get on this plane, and you can die with them or not. I’m not going to.”

Gomas was eventually ejected from the plane and while the police warned him for criminal trespass, he was neither charged nor taken into custody.

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‘They’re taking away my house’

In an interview this week from his home in Dallas, Gomas said, “No one knows anyone else’s story, and no one should pass judgment. No one knows what it’s like.”

“They are putting my house at stake. They’re burning my neighbors. They’re checking my mail,” she said. “Whatever is there is wrong.”

However, when Gomas was asked to give specific examples of this, he declined to elaborate.

Gomas reportedly lives in a $1.6 million luxury four-bedroom property that also has a swimming pool. They bought the house last January for $572,530 before completely renovating it.

The initial video of Gomas on the plane is troubling millions of social media users around the world. Although we are glad to see that she is recovering, there are still many unanswered questions as to what exactly caused her depression.

Only time will tell whether the truth will ever come out or not.

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