Airline forced to pay for psychotherapy for plus-sized model – IOTW Report

Airline forced to pay for psychotherapy for plus-sized model

NYP: A court in Brazil has ordered Qatar Airways to pay for psychotherapy for a plus-size model they reportedly refused to board because she was “too fat.”

Influencer Juliana Nehme, 38, accused the airline of discriminating against her due to her size. In a post, Juliana told her 167,000 Instagram followers she was not allowed to board her flight from Beirut to Doha on Nov. 22 allegedly due to her weight. Her video about the alleged incident has since gone viral. She had been on holiday in Lebanon with her family and had arrived in the country via Air France without any problems. more

18 Comments on Airline forced to pay for psychotherapy for plus-sized model

  1. No you cannot sit half on my lap, I don’t want your perspirey arm in he middle of my seat, most places don’t give you the second porterhouse steak just because one was not big enough for you. Potato chips have been very good to you. Did the store give you the extra bags for free?

  2. How in the hell can a Brazilian court make any ruling regarding an incident almost half-way around the globe?
    If I were the airline I would agree to pay the 3,700 bucks (nuisance money) but the psychiatrist must bill directly for each visit separately, just to make sure this nutcase doesn’t just steal the money.
    I bet the sleeze-bag lawyer probably is charging her more than the 3,700 bucks.

  3. Definition of battery:

    The unlawful and unwanted touching or striking of one person by another, with the intention of bringing about a harmful or offensive contact.

    If she sat next to me, was pouring into my personal space, touching me and I asked her not to, then I will be charging her with battery.

  4. Being 800+ lbs of stinkin swinging meat is no cause for psych intervention, especially since said psych will tell the gluttonous slob she’s “too fat” which happens to be a fact.

  5. “They are denying my right to travel …”

    Is that “right” in the Brazilian Constitution? Or the Lebanese?

    Proof that if you shop around enough you can find a “judge” you can buy (or rent) to get whatever legal result you choose.

    Maybe that’s what Kari Lake should have done … buy a “judge” who’ll stay bought.

    mortem tyrannis
    izlamo delenda est …


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