An OnlyFans model claims that she was “publicly shamed and humiliated” on a plane after she was told to cover-up her outfit that the flight crew deemed to be “inappropriate.” The Instagram influencer was flying from Australia’s Gold Coast to Melbourne on a Jetstar commercial airliner. Isabelle Eleanore said she had interacted with eight JetStar employees, who had no issue with her outfit, but then was stopped by a cabin crew member once she boarded the plane.
Eleanor explained her situation on Instagram, “I walk on the plane and show my ticket, and the woman goes ‘oh, do you have a jumper?’ I’m like no I don’t have a jumper, expecting her to be like, ‘you’re going to be really cold.'”
According to Eleanor, the flight attendant said, “‘You can’t fly wearing a bikini.'”
Isabelle posted a photo to Instagram of the outfit she was allegedly wearing at the time of the incident – blue jeans and a black crop top.
“So she makes us stand aside, saying, ‘So you don’t have any clothing in your bags, you’re not traveling with anyone else,’” according to The Sun.
Isabelle believes that her large chest caused the issue, “Apparently my top is too small and I couldn’t fly without covering up. If I had small breasts they wouldn’t have said something.”
“So they made a huge scene when I stepped on the plane and made me wait in front of everyone while they searched for something to cover me up with,” the OnlyFans influencer said.
The flight attendant instructed Isabelle to wear a high-vis vest over her crop top.
“Then I have to walk all the way to aisle 26 wearing a high-vis vest,” she said, and claimed that “everyone” was looking at her wearing someone else’s “filthy” uniform.
Eleanore, who has over 55,000 Instagram followers, said she was “publicly shamed and humiliated,” adding that the Jetstar staff’s behavior was “archaic and discriminatory.”
Isabelle asked, “I am lost, is it 1921 not 2021?”
The JetStar website states: “Any clothing or carrying personal items that display words, images, symbols or slogans that may reasonably be deemed offensive (e.g. a t-shirt with slurs or swear words on it).”
“Where this occurs, our crew will ask you to cover up the offensive material,” the airline company explains.
A Jetstar spokesperson addressed the incident, “We’ve contacted Isabelle about her recent experience and have apologized 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,” the airline said in a statement. “While we do have basic dress requirements on our flights, for example shoes, we do not have any policy regarding crop tops.”