Australian Porn Actress, Elle Knox Escorted Off U.S. Flight After Making George Floyd Speech

Elle Knox has been escorted off a United States flight after she made a speech in regards to the death of Black man – George Floyd.

Australian Porn Actress, Elle Knox Escorted Off U.S. Flight After Making George Floyd Speech
Elle Knox was questioned after making a speech on a United Airlines flight.

An Australian porn actress has been escorted from a flight in the U.S. after deciding to make an impassioned speech about protests over the death of black American man George Floyd.

As reported by 7news.com.au, Elle Knox was flying between Houston and San Francisco on Tuesday, and was then scheduled to board a flight to Sydney on Wednesday.

But due to an impromptu speech made in front of 300 fellow passengers on board the United Airlines flight as it landed in San Francisco, Knox was escorted from the plane.

She claims in a video posted to Twitter on Tuesday that she was then interviewed by airport authorities and police who debated whether she should be allowed to get onto her flight to Sydney.
‘Police are coming’

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“My flight from Houston to San Francisco just landed,” Knox tweeted after her speech.

“I stood up and said, ‘This isn’t my country, I’m an Australian. But I’ve noticed your democracy being threatened.

‘Do not be complacent. Decide what side of history you’d like to be on’. Now police are coming.”

Knox later confirmed she had been given the go-ahead to get on her flight to Sydney.

“After much debate, I can catch my flight home tomorrow,” she wrote.

“I was told I couldn’t make a political statement on a United Airline, I told them this was a human rights statement.

“I’m checked into my hotel, I’m safe. For many peacefully using their voices tonight, they will be teargassed, shot at and arrested.

“Democracy is threatened when people in power set curfews, implement martial law and intimidate with violence.”

Twitter opinion on the Australian woman’s act was divided.

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“Why you gotta make a point lol? That’s what the people in the protests and riots are trying to do,” one person wrote.

“Just enjoy America while you can, if you still there though.”

“If I could, I’d be at a protest!,” she responded.

“But I can’t, so I used my voice where I could. I’d rather do what I did, than stay silent.”

‘I’d rather do what I did, than stay silent.’

“I understand that you want to express ur (sic) voice and opinion, you should be able to, but it’s more risky during these times, especially in America where the cops are on higher alert than usual and don’t want to deal with any bs during these times,” another wrote.

“Just gotta be careful, that’s all.”

Protests against police brutality and the death of George Floyd continue, with rallies being held globally to support demonstrators in the U.S.

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