Jackson Rathbone and many other passengers on a plane heading for Austin, Texas, experienced a scary incident on Thursday. The plane in question had to make an emergency landing after one of the engines exploded!
The Twilight star documented the entire event on his WhoSay account.
He said after the right engine in the cabin blew out, the oxygen masks didn't deploy so the brave stewardess had to go around and manually release them for the passengers while the plane was rocking.
Shortly after, the captain went on the PA and explained to the passengers what happened and told them they were going to make an emergency landing in Long Beach.
Jackson shared this family photo after safely getting off the plane, saying:
A JetBlue source is reporting that they've just landed a plane at the Dulles International Airport in Virginia after a female passenger became rowdy and caused a ruckus during a flight from Boston to Santo Domingo.
Sorry, lady, but without the awesomeness of JetBlue Diva Steven Slater, you're just another boring unruly-passenger-diverts-plane story.
Although, throw in an inflatable slide and an ice cold beer and you've (maybe) got yourself five minutes of fame.
Jet Blue fight attendant, Steven Slater, is still legally married to Cynthia Susanne Niethamer. The two got hitched in Vegas in 1991 and separated after just eight months.
She waited till 2006 to file for divorce, even though the two had not been together in 15 years, and cite "fraud" as the reason. There are several reasons that fraud may have been named.
Attorney John Burkman said:
“If it's related to sex, for example the male was gay and the woman didn't know, she could be citing fraud as a grounds for divorce. The other angle is that a woman as leverage will tell the court about a "fraud" her husband might be involved in, for example, in business. It depends what the alleged ‘fraud’ is all about.”
And court records show the case is still pending.
Considering Slater is living with his boyfriend, we think he better figure this shiz out fast!