Tiffany Gomas Gets Asked What She Saw On The Plane—Here's Her Answer

"Airplane lady" Tiffany Gomas was finally asked what she saw on the plane in Dallas.

By Nicole Dominique2 min read

It's already been two months since Tiffany Gomas, otherwise known as the "plane lady," made headlines after she accused someone (or something) of being "not real."

It all began when Gomas was recorded on a flight departing from Dallas to Orlando looking frantic and near tears, informing the attendants that she was "getting the f*ck off." She then pointed at a passenger at the back and continued, "But I am telling you right now, that motherf*cker back there is not real."

Tiffany Gomas Speaks with TMZ

Her statement brought endless memes and speculations on what she saw, ranging from shapeshifting aliens to reptilians. For weeks, Gomas trended. People badly wanted to know what the woman witnessed. Why was she so scared? What could have transpired on that plane?

After over a month of silence, Gomas finally spoke out in a video. She apologized for her behavior – but never addressed what she saw. Luckily, TMZ had the opportunity to speak with her at LAX recently and ask her about what went down.

Gomas, a marketing executive based in Dallas, wore her go-to look at the airport: a tight bun and a sleeveless top, similar to what she wore in her viral video. I guess she doesn't mind being recognized in public anymore. "How does it feel to be traveling again?" the reporter asked. "Great," she replied, adding that there's still "a little bit of anxiety."

Then, came the inevitable question: "What did you see?" Gomas dropped her smile. "I mean, thanks for asking that," she said. "But I have been told I cannot comment on it right now."

Gomas hinted that a full interview may "have to happen" and that "some things" are in the works, mostly for non-profit. "But I've been trying to lay low for the most part, but reporters wouldn't let that happen," she admitted. The Daily Mail uploaded an invasive photograph of Gomas' home several weeks ago on their website. People have gone too far; some have even begun rummaging through her mail. It's a miracle Gomas was willing to answer questions for TMZ, given all of the harassment she's faced in the past two months.

"I was getting off the plane no matter what."

When TMZ asked why she was so adamant about getting off the plane, Gomas said, "Again, can't speak on that right now. But I was distressed, and I was getting off the plane no matter what. I just probably didn't need to make the scene that I made. But I was getting off that plane, for sure."

"Right, and you stand by that even now?" the man asked her. With no hesitation, Gomas responded, "100%."

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