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UPDATE: New Police Bodycam Footage Shows The Man “Crazy Plane Lady” Thought Wasn’t Real

There are many unanswered mysteries in life…

What is the meaning of life?

Who killed Jimmy Hoffa?

What happened to Amelia Earhart?

But today one of the biggest recent mysteries has now been answered….

Remember “Crazy Plane Lady”?  (her title, not mine)

Remember her viral phrase:  “That motherf*cker IS NOT real”?

Well, ever since that fateful day we’ve all wondered WHO she was talking about?

Was it a real person?

A hallucination?

A lizard alien?

There have been some great memes about it:

But today we learned the answer: it was a real person.

This guy:

This comes from newly released police body cam footage that you can see here:

Backup here:

More here:

And in case you missed it, here is “Crazy Plane Lady” herself finally “breaking her silence”:

TMFINR “Crazy Plane Lady” Speaks Out For First Time — Breaks Her Silence

Memo to all other news sources…

Sorry but this is a pet peeve of mine.

This is one of the rare times when “breaks her silence” or “breaks his silence” is actually permissible to use.

I hate it when that phrase gets overused so much in media.

Joe Biden Breaks His Silence – OMG!

No he didn’t, he just wasn’t asked about it for the last 45 minutes and then he answered a question the first time he was asked.

That’s not exactly taking a vow of silence that can be broken.

But the TMFINR lady most definitely did go silent.

In fact, since the incident happened we didn’t know who she was or what her name was.

Now we do.

In case you have no idea what I’m talking about, let me fill you in — or refresh your recollection…

Here’s the original video that went viral:

At the time, many claimed the woman was intoxicated or hallucinating, and others believed her story.

Ok, so most of us know that, now let’s advance the story.

AlphaFox had a big crush on her and started a long search to find out who she was:

Well, now you know AlphaFox!

Have you sent flowers yet?

Here is a little more footage you may not have seen of her being escorted out of the airport:

Some claim she is a Fed because she does not appear to have faced any of the penalties listed below:

She has even inspired artwork of the now infamous scene:

We now know the self-described “Crazy Plane Lady” is Tiffany Gomas.

I personally had her pegged as a “Jenna” but I guess Tiffany is a close second.

She released this video today:

Backup here:

One of the most interesting parts of the discussion after the video was released is that many people do NOT think it is the same person.

What do you think?

Same person?

What do you think?

The eyebrows are definitely different but I guess that can be easily changed, right?

Here’s an even different picture also allegedly of her:

She’s like that girl Jerry dated on Seinfeld that looks totally different in different outfits and lighting….

The NY Post reports she may be launching a new project:

Was this all just a big marketing stunt?

She is a Marketing Executive we now know.


From the NY Post:

The Texas-based marketing executive has launched a new self-named website while also reactivating the social media accounts she deleted in the wake of her plane freak-out.

So far, the website only features her two-minute video mea culpa — in which she calls herself “the crazy plane lady,” a nickname she said “is completely warranted.”

Under the embedded video, she shares the words “Stay Tuned” in stark white font set against a black background.

It was not immediately clear what project Gomas was preparing to unveil, or when. However, her video ended with the message: “Join me on my journey of promoting positive mental health and standing up against cyberbullying.”

That also appears to be the focus of her social media activity, which as of Monday included her return to Instagram, YouTube and X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, according to the Daily Mail, which first reported the relaunch.

On X, the founder of UpperCut Marketing has chosen to follow just 16 carefully curated accounts.

They include several prominent podcasters, such as Joe Rogan and Dr. Jordan Peterson, a number of anti-bullying and mental health organizations, and a smattering of media outlets.

The marketing executive from Dallas said in her Sunday video that she wished to take “full accountability for my actions,” calling her behavior on July 2 “completely unacceptable.”

What do you think?



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