Move over, Steven Slater. JetBlue has another hot mess on its hands. And she's much hotter than you.
Playboy pinup Tiffany Livingston melted down while flying from Orlando to Newark yesterday and wound up in federal custody after she tried to open a the plane door—but unlike Slater, she tried to make her grand exit midflight.
Livingston reportedly experienced an anxiety attack on board JetBlue Flight 522 when the aircraft hit some turbulence. The 21-year-old model then tried to bail out at 35,000 feet.
Livingston, whose modeling credits include Playboy's Singapore edition, VIP, as well as on the cover of Shape magazine, was subdued by two off-duty cops who happened to be aboard. The buxom Rhode Island brunette (who, according to her VIP profile, measures 32C-22-33, has a weakness for junk food, loves Pacino/De Niro flicks and aspires to be a pastry chef) was taken into custody upon landing and questioned by federal authorities.
"She said she's gone through this before," a source told the New York Post. "But never this bad, and [she] didn't have her medication."
In a statement, the airline confirmed the flight "was met by local authorities upon landing due to an unruly customer onboard. The aircraft landed safely and without incident."
"JetBlue will cooperate fully with local authorities, who are investigating this matter."
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