14-Year-Old ‘White Girl’ Stupidly Tweets Terroristic Threats To Airline

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Teen Tweets Terrorist Threat To American Airlines This is why you don’t let your young teenage kids have Twitter, parents. Actually, take away all their internets and let them play with an empty cardboard box and some rocks or something. Yesterday some dumb girl tweeted a message to American Airlines and found out the hard way that terrorism isn’t something to joke about:

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After tweeting the threat, deleting the threat, claiming she did not make the treat and then saying her account had been hacked, Sarah, who claims to be a Demi Lovato fan from the Netherlands, had gained over 30,000 new Twitter followers. I guess this is one way to get e-famous.

There is no information on whether or not she is actually in trouble with the feds. From the NY Post:

It was unclear if American Airlines actually forwarded the tweet to the feds.

The company tweet was quickly deleted, but not before it was re-tweeted thousands of times.

A company spokeswoman, Dori Alvarez, declined to comment in detail.

“At American, the safety of our passengers and crew is our number-one priority,” Alvarez said. “We take security matters very seriously and work with authorities on a case-by-case basis.”

A Twitter spokesman, Nu Wexler, also declined to comment on the controversy.

“We do not comment on individual accounts for privacy and security reasons,” Wexler said.

But on his own Twitter account, Wexler said the airline was merely bluffing.

“Only law enforcement can request private information about Twitter accounts,” Wexler tweeted.


What a lame kid. I mean, sure, maybe someone hacked her account and did this so in that case what a lame person. I find it hard to believe that an actual adult with a job and utilities to pay would find the time to pull a prank like this, so at this point I am blaming it on the children. Lock them up, take away their computers, and give them laundry to fold, that’s my motto. Now excuse me while I go stitch these words of wisdom onto a pillow.

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