The woman spoke of the viral video in which she denounced that a “not real” man was traveling with her on board a plane

Tiffany Gomas

Tiffany Gomas, the woman who rose to fame for her dramatic episode on an American Airlines (AA) flight, seeks to redefine her image through social media with a message about what happened on July 4.

In images she recently posted to her Instagram, the 38-year-old marketing executive addressed the issue with her followers: “One moment doesn’t define you; but it can define your purpose.” These words resonated after the incident that she carried out last July on an AA plane where she repeatedly accused a passenger who was in the back of the aircraft of “not being real”.

The publication of his discharge has already accumulated more than 33,000 supporters, which shows the support of his followers after the strange event.

Since the video went viral, the Texan resident has gained more than 100,000 followers on her social media and has begun an effort to reclaim her image, The Independent reported. In an apology video, posted in mid-August, she was shown referring to herself as “the crazy lady on the plane” and calling that moment the worst moment of her life.

“As you know, I haven’t wanted to talk about the viral video, but I think the time has finally come,” he continued.

“First of all, I want to take full responsibility for my actions. They were completely unacceptable, distressed or not. I should have controlled my emotions, and I didn’t.”

“The use of profanity was totally unnecessary and I want to apologize to all passengers on the plane, especially those with children on board. I can’t imagine going through that and trying to explain to my son what just happened.”

Referring to the impact her mental breakdown had gone viral, Gomas commented, “We all have our bad moments, some much worse than others, and mine was caught on camera for the whole world to see. several times.”The text accompanied his download video on his Instagram and Twitter account.The text accompanied his download video on his Instagram and Twitter account.

“While it’s been very funny to everyone, and I’ve really enjoyed many of the memes, on the other hand, it’s very intrusive and cruel. I don’t know what I would do without the love and support of my friends and family. They are loyal to die and I don’t know what I did to deserve them.”

“I hope I can use this experience and do a little bit of good in the world, and that’s what I intend to do. I hope they can accept my apology and that I can start moving on with my life,” he concluded.

On the other hand, in a recent interview with the Daily Mail, the native of Texas declared that since the video of her attack went viral, her life “had gotten out of control.” “It’s frightening. Things go viral and everything changes. No one knows anyone’s story, and no one should judge. Nobody knows what it’s like.”

“They are watching my house. They’re watching my neighbors. They’re snooping through my mail.” However, Gomas did not specify who she was referring to.Gomas' most recent post, "A moment doesn't define you, but it can define your purpose."Gomas’ most recent post, “A moment doesn’t define you, but it can define your purpose.”

While it was claimed that after the video went viral, Gomas’ social media accounts went private or were deleted, he reopened them on X/Twitter and Instagram, where he shared the apology video.

In a tweet, he described the incident as his “worst moment” and added, “This experience has changed my life and I look forward to doing good from it and fostering positive attitudes about mental health.”

New photos released by the woman yesterday feature an almost unrecognizable Gomas, dressed casually in jeans and a white T-shirt in a simple photo shoot. She smiles and laughs looking at the camera as she sits on a kitchen floor, accompanying the images with the hashtag ‘#TMFINR’, referring to the acronym in English of her famous phrase: “That son of a bitch It’s not real”.

In addition to his message of improvement, Gomas has hinted at future projects with hashtags such as ‘#selflove’, ‘#empowerment’, ‘#motivation’ and ‘#staytuned’.