You may already be familiar with #PlaneBae - the story of two people hitting it off on a flight, while their conversation was live-tweeted by the woman sitting behind them.
The Twitter thread, which went super-viral, inspired a multitude of opinion pieces about voyeurism and privacy, with as many people condoning tweeter Rosey Blair as there were celebrating the story.
The man in question, Euan Holden, has embraced his new-found fame and even appeared on The Today Show in the US - but the woman he was chatting to has broken her silence to denounce the invasion of privacy.
Blair, for her part, has deleted the original tweets and apologised for causing hurt to the woman, saying: "The last thing I want to do is remove agency and autonomy from another woman. I wish I could communicate the shame I feel in having done this, but I truly feel that at this point my feelings are irrelevant."
The woman, whose name has not been revealed, has slammed her for eavesdropping on a private conversation, saying that she has been "doxxed, shamed, insulted and harassed. Voyeurs have come looking for me online and in the real world."
Read her full statement below:
"I am a young professional woman. On July 2, I took a commercial flight from New York to Dallas. Without my knowledge or consent, other passengers photographed me and recorded my conversation with a seatmate. They posted images and recordings to social media, and speculated unfairly about my private conduct.
Since then, my personal information has been widely distributed online. Strangers publicly discussed my private life based on patently false information. I have been doxxed, shamed, insulted and harassed. Voyeurs have come looking for me online and in the real world.
I did not ask for and do not seek attention. #PlaneBae is not a romance – it is a digital-age cautionary tale about privacy, identity, ethics and consent.
Please continue to respect my privacy, and my desire to remain anonymous."