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Monica Lewinsky is apologizing for participating in a scandal that caused a woman to be doxxed and harassed on social media. “I owe an ...

Monica Lewinsky apologizes for her part in 'Plane Bae' public-shaming scandal: 'I know better than anyone'

Monica Lewinsky is apologizing for participating in a scandal that caused a woman to be doxxed and harassed on social media.

“I owe an apology to #PrettyPlaneGirl + to people who follow me here for my anti-bullying + anti-public shaming stance,” Lewinsky tweeted Sunday, referring to an internet saga — also dubbed #PlaneBae  — that began with two strangers flirting on a plane and ended with one quitting social media because she feared for her safety.

While Lewinsky didn’t initiate the shaming, she took responsibility for sharing it online on the Fourth of July, when she tweeted, “[This] thread is amazing….” She also referenced the public scrutiny she faced after engaging in a sexual relationship with Bill Clinton during his presidency. 

The uproar unfolded last week when Texas couple Rosey Blair and Houston Hardaway, aboard a flight to Dallas, asked another passenger, whose first name is Helen, to swap seats so they could sit together. In exchange, Blair joked, Helen might find “the love of her life.”

When a handsome man later identified as soccer player Euan Holden sat next to Helen, their chemistry was obvious, and Blair spent the entire flight live-tweeting and Instagramming photos and snippets of their conversation to an enraptured audience of thousands.

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