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2:15, 15 July 2018

‘Pretty plane girl’ slams passenger for sharing ‘false’ viral ‘Plane bae’ story to Twitter without having consent

‘Pretty plane girl’ slams passenger for sharing ‘false’ viral ‘Plane bae’ story to Twitter with no consent

An unidentified woman dubbed #PrettyPlaneGirl on Twitter has broken her silence on the &ldquoPlane bae&rdquo story, slamming two of her fellow Alaska Airlines passengers for photographing her and inventing a &ldquofalse&rdquo narrative of a supposed romantic connection with a seatmate. The lady further claims the now-viral tale has led to a lot harassment each &ldquoonline and in the true globe.&rdquo

&quotI did not ask for and do not seek consideration. &#x23PlaneBae is not a romance – it is a digital-age cautionary tale about privacy, identity, ethics and consent.&quot

– &#x23PrettyPlaneGirl

The story began on July 3, when a lady named Rosey Blair started tweeting photographs and updates of a supposed &ldquolove story&rdquo that unfolded before her on her Alaska Airlines flight from New York City to Dallas.


Blair asked the lady to move seats to she could sit next to her boyfriend, Houston Hardaway, and the stranger obliged. Blair joked with her boyfriend that the lady&rsquos new male seatmate may be the &ldquolove of her life,&rdquo and began photographing the pair from her seat straight behind them. Blair proceeded to document their conversation by way of the trip, and even evidently followed them upon deplaning, photographing the pair from behind as they walked via the airport.

Meanwhile, her tweets soon went viral, sparking a lot more than 20,000 likes on every single post and hopeful reactions from Twitter customers that the duo would end up with each other.

Even Monica Lewinsky, evidently enthralled, chimed in on the story on the web.

The male seatmate was soon revealed to be Euan Holden, a former specialist soccer player who became identified as #PlaneBae via the social media frenzy. In the days considering that, Holden appeared on a number of morning shows, which includes &ldquoGood Morning America,&rdquo to talk about the viral story and declared the unnamed woman a &ldquovery, quite, quite lovely girl.&rdquo

Then, the on the web neighborhood quickly turned and declared the predicament an invasion of #PrettyPlaneGirl&rsquos privacy. Holden changed his tune as nicely, asking social media users to respect the unnamed woman&rsquos privacy – even though he named also named the lady in the video, which led to social media users tracking her down.

Blair, also, issued an apology for her actions.

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&quotThe final thing I want to do is remove agency and autonomy from one more lady,&quot she wrote on Twitter. &quotI want I could communicate the shame I really feel in possessing done this, but I genuinely really feel that at this point my feelings are irrelevant. This may be coming also small too late.&quot

Lewinsky also apologized for her initial comments as nicely.

On July 13, #PrettyPlaneGirl spoke out for the 1st time through a statement to Company Insider via her lawyer, Wesley Mullen of New York City-based law firm Mullen Pc. Her following statement is detailed under:

&quotI am a young professional lady. On July two, I took a industrial flight from New York to Dallas. Without my understanding or consent, other passengers photographed me and recorded my conversation with a seatmate. They posted photos and recordings to social media, and speculated unfairly about my private conduct.

Given that then, my private details has been extensively distributed on the web. Strangers publicly discussed my private life based on patently false details. I have been doxxed, shamed, insulted and harassed. Voyeurs have come looking for me on the internet and in the true world.

I did not ask for and do not seek attention. #PlaneBae is not a romance – it is a digital-age cautionary tale about privacy, identity, ethics and consent.

Please continue to respect my privacy, and my desire to stay anonymous.&quot

Regardless of the statement claiming the flight was July 2, all the tweets have been posted July three.

Fox News’ Michelle Gant and Kathleen Joyce contributed to this report.

Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Adhere to her on Twitter at @JaninePuhak

Published at Sat, 14 Jul 2018 17:30:00 +0000

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