Tiffany Gomas: What we know about American Airlines passenger behind ‘not real’ viral tirade

Tiffany Gomas
Tiffany Gomas

The woman behind the shocking ‘not real’ airplane meltdown has been identified as Tiffany Gomas.

Tiffany Gomas ss a 38-year-old Dallas marketing executive.

The marketing executive was deemed a ‘rising star’ in 2017, when she served as Vice President of Client Services at Elevate Brand Marketing.

She is a graduate of Oklahoma State University and lives in a $2 million home in Lakewood neighborhood, according to public records.

Gomes is the founder of a marketing firm in Dallas, Uppercut Marketing

What happened

Tiffany Gomas
Tiffany Gomas

Tiffany Gomas became erratic over an argument with the relatives she was traveling with, she reportedly told police.

The Dallas resident had accused her relatives of stealing her Airpods, per a police report.

The July 2 viral incident happened on Flight 1009 from Fort Worth to Orlando, Florida.

After she claimed her relatives had stolen her AirPods, Gomas began to say the airplane was not safe and would not make it to its destination.

Official documents say she was not willing to leave the plane and had to be removed by American Airlines staff following the outburst, as broken by journalist Bree A. Dail on Substack and first reported by the New York Post.

The police document states: ‘The female then started claiming the aircraft was not safe and did not want the aircraft to leave due to her believing it would not make it to its destination.

‘Due to the statements the flight attendants felt the aircraft needed to be rescreened. [The airline manager] explained that the passenger was denied boarding and they wanted her escorted to the public side.’

Passengers on the plane were forced to deplane and be screened through security again as a precaution.

‘TSA personnel arrived at the scene to conduct a full rescreening of the aircraft,’ the police report states.

Gomas was eventually escorted to the non-secure area of the airport – but then attempted to get back in through TSA screening several times, per the report.

But when officers with the Dallas-Fort Worth Department of Public Safety arrived, an ‘extremely distraught’ Gomas refused to speak to them and she tried to get back on the plane.

Police then tracked her to a terminal curb where she was waiting for an Uber.

Gomas was issued a ticket for criminal trespass notice but refused to sign it. She was never arrested.

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