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An OnlyFans model and Instagram influencer said she was “shamed and humiliated” after a flight attendant told her to cover up while she was a passenger.
Isabelle Eleanore was wearing blue jeans and a low-cut black crop top on the Jetstar plane to Melbourne.
However, she was reportedly told to cover up as she was given a hi-vis vest to wear.
The model shared her fury on Twitter as she shared a video with her 6,243 followers.
She exclaimed: “I almost got kicked off the plane for what I was wearing!!
"This is ridiculous… I was humiliated, degraded and discriminated against. @JetstarAirways you have some answering to do!!”
In the video, which was shared by her husband, personal trainer Jeremy Szwarcbord, Isabelle said the flight attendant looked at her and asked: “Do you have a jumper?”
The model said she didn't and said she expected that the flight attendant was worried she'd be cold.
However, she claims she actually told her: “You can’t fly wearing a bikini.”
Isabelle says she replied that it wasn’t a bikini but was a top, but that the flight attendant just handed her a hi-vis vest.
She added: “And then I have to walk all the way to aisle 26 in a hi-vis vest.
"And she was like, ‘Oh I’m really surprised no one said this to you in the terminal.’
“It’s public humiliation, degradation… I swear if I had small t*ts it wouldn’t be an issue.”
Her boyfriend Jeremy called Jetstar “pathetic” and said staff needed to be “on the same page”.
He also said that the hi-vis vest made her look like a "COVID hazard".
Isabelle later shared a photo of the 'controversial outfit on Instagram, with her 49,800 followers.
She wrote: “The outfit that almost got me kicked off the plane.. I love living in the 1920s.”
The brunette later wrote in another post: “This is a rhetoric on society as a whole, not just the lady who singled me out.
“The reason this situation is striking a chord with so many people, isn’t a reflection on me, but a reflection on society, and the belief that society should be able to dictate what is acceptable for people (more so women) to wear and do.
"To be publicly shamed and humiliated over a clothing item, and/or the exposure of skin is archaic and discriminatory behaviour."
Low-cost airline Jetstar has since apologised and said there was a "misunderstanding" of the airline's policy on the part of the flight attendant.
A spokesperson said: "We've contacted Isabelle about her recent experience and have apologised for the way the situation was handled.
"There was a misunderstanding of what our policy was, and we have reminded our crew of our dress requirements
"While we do have basic dress requirements on our flights, for example shoes, we do not have any policy regarding crop tops."
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