BREAKING: #TMFINR lady Tiffany Gomas BREAKS SILENCE, says her life has blown up — 'It's frightening'

Tiffany Gomas is speaking out for the first time.


Tiffany Gomas is speaking out for the first time after taking the internet by storm in the now famous #TMFINR viral video.

"My life has been blown up. It's frightening. Things go viral and everything changes" Gomas said.

Speaking first to from her residence in Dallas, a defiant Gomas remarked, "No one knows anyone else's story, and no one should judge. No one knows what it's like."

"They're staking out my house. They're staking out my neighbors. They're going through my mail," Gomas told the Daily Mail, who published photos of her in her Dallas home.

Furthermore, she said, "So much of what's out there is inaccurate," although she declined to provide specific details when questioned further.

Gomas also told DM that she was using the services of a lawyer. 

The now legendary video show Gomas declare: "I'm getting the f*** off and there's a reason…. I'm telling you right now that motherf***er back there is not real and you can sit on this plane, and you can die with them or not. I'm not going to."

The incident inspired countless memes and an entire generation of young men who admire both her looks and her attitude. Gomas even inspired an artist to paint the scene. That painting has since gone viral too.

Passengers aboard American Airlines Flight 1009 from Dallas Fort Worth to Orlando on that day had to disembark after an upset Gomas suggested that the aircraft was not safe, leading the staff to carry out a fresh security screening of the plane.

Law enforcement discovered Gomas seated on the sidewalk adjacent to the airport, awaiting an Uber ride.

She received a cautionary notice for Criminal Trespass, although no formal charges were pressed against her, and she was not subjected to arrest.

At the time, an AA spokesperson said: "The flight was met at the gate by local law enforcement and the customer was removed from the flight. We thank our customers for their understanding and our team members for their professionalism in managing a difficult situation."

Gomas is the 38-year-old owner of Uppercut Marketing, a firm that has Xbox and Microsoft as clients.

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