American Airlines says it is investigating a claim by singer Aubrey O’Day that one of her flight attendants spun her shirt in and out of the rest of the plane before allowing her to fly.
“I never flew and the steward treated me like a small boy punished in the whole flight timeout” tweeted the singer of Danity Kane, who says that a flight attendant made her “undress in front of the whole plane because he didn’t like my shirt and made me turn inside out to fly”. He called the assistant and asked for his dismissal.
O’Day keep on, “I was SHOCKED,” adding that he had to undress up to his bra in front of the other passengers on the plane. “The girl next to me raised the blanket because she was feeling sick.”
In a statement to the US TODAY, American spokeswoman Whitney Zastrow said the airline “is reviewing the situation and has contacted Ms. O’Day for more information.”
After the airline replied to its tweets asking for more details, O’Day replied, “I gave you his name. I have no interest in further dealing with your airline. I am offended and disturbed. I would like to take @JetBlue.”
It is not clear whether he is still in contact with the airline and participating in its investigations.
O’Day, 35, did not publicly elaborate on which flight the alleged accident occurred or what of his shirt was offensive to the flight attendant.
A Twitter user claimed that the singer’s shirt had naked bodies on it and was “extremely vulgar” and another contested O’Day’s account of the events, tweeting, “He’s lying! There are a lot of us who were on the plane who can guarantee your fantastic crew.”