Wrong. The facts are that both of the accused passed lie detector tests saying that the boots-knocking did not happen while in the air, but they admitted to relations on the ground and on the plane. For Oprah's (or rather, her goddaughter's) accusations of in-flight servicing, the flight attendant seeks over $300,000 in damages.
Will she win the case? Probably not, since Oprah is the queen of having her way in court, and hellothe employee still had relations with a fellow employee while on the job. Shouldn't the pilot have been checking some gauges instead of checking out the attendant? And shouldn't the flight attendant have been refreshing Oprah's drink instead of fluffing the pilot? This isn't that sort of private jet, you know. Nonetheless, Oprah or her goddaughter or whoever should be very careful about what you accuse people of doing in mid-air; after all, we wouldn't want them to not be worthy of their new Mile High Club membership.
· Former flight attendant sues Oprah over sex claim [Reuters]
· Oprah being sued by former flight attendant over false allegations of sex during flight [Examiner]
· Sex Travel coverage [Jaunted]
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