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REVEALED: Fresh footage shows what happened when the Veronicas were removed from a Qantas flight by a federal police ... while stopping allegations, it's a & # 39; publicity stunt & # 39;

Continue the Veronica & # 39; s & # 39; & # 39; legal action against Qantas after being taken away from an airplane by an Australian federal police on Sunday.

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Twin singers Lisa and Jessica Origliasso, both 33, were removed from the domestic flight due to an alleged hand luggage incident.

And in Tuesday's episode of The Project, Channel 10 has broadcast never-before-seen footage of the incident.

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REVEALED: Fresh footage shows what happened when the Veronicas were removed from a Qantas flight by a federal police ... while stopping allegations, it's a & # 39; publicity stunt & # 39;

REVEALED: Fresh footage shows what happened when the Veronicas were removed from a Qantas flight by a federal police … while stopping allegations, it's a & # 39; publicity stunt & # 39;

Jess and Lisa started filming Qantas and security personnel after the dispute started aboard the domestic flight en route to Brisbane.

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They shared part of their recordings that they and others on the flight had collected with Channel 10, which was broadcast in an intro package for their chat with the project panel.

While stills had previously been shared online from the untouched hit-makers standing in the aisle of the aircraft, unseen images of how the Australian federal police were involved in the incident were released to the public.

The short clips showed an officer talking to the women as they pointed their phones at them and later turned his hand to the passengers to indicate the end of the recording.

The Veronicas also had images that ran on the walkway of the plane, where two Qantas employees stood in the corridor while a police officer escorted them back to the Sydney airport terminal.

Was they asked to stop recording? The short clips showed an officer who raised his hand to indicate the end of the shooting on the flight by the stars and fellow passengers

Was they asked to stop recording? The short clips showed an officer who raised his hand to indicate the end of the shooting on the flight by the stars and fellow passengers

Was they asked to stop recording? The short clips showed an officer who raised his hand to indicate the end of the shooting on the flight by the stars and fellow passengers

Grounded: The Veronicas also had images that ran on the walkway of the plane, where two Qantas employees stood in the corridor while a police officer accompanied them back to the Sydney terminal

Grounded: The Veronicas also had images that ran on the walkway of the plane, where two Qantas employees stood in the corridor while a police officer accompanied them back to the Sydney terminal

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Grounded: The Veronicas also had images that ran on the walkway of the plane, where two Qantas employees stood in the corridor while a police officer accompanied them back to the Sydney terminal

While they were appearing with their recordings and open to a discussion about the scandal, the pop duo seemed irritated by the questions the hosts of the news program asked them.

& # 39; This is a legal issue, NOT a publicity stunt, & # 39; responded an unimpressed Jessica comedian Tommy Little & # 39; s accusation that it was a stunt for their new MTV show.

The clumsiness continued in the interview when Waleed Aly questioned the couple about releasing & # 39; raw video footage & # 39; of the incident.

& # 39; I'm sorry, because if we could see it, it would certainly help to prove or refute the story & # 39 ;: the awkwardness continued in the interview when Waleed Aly questioned the couple about releasing & # 39; raw video images & # 39; of the incident

& # 39; I'm sorry, because if we could see it, it would certainly help to prove or refute the story & # 39 ;: the awkwardness continued in the interview when Waleed Aly questioned the couple about releasing & # 39; raw video images & # 39; of the incident

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& # 39; I'm sorry, because if we could see it, it would certainly help to prove or refute the story & # 39 ;: the awkwardness continued in the interview when Waleed Aly questioned the couple about releasing & # 39; raw video images & # 39; of the incident

& # 39; Your producer was opposite, why were you not? & # 39; Both singers hit back on The Project after the segment was broadcast and wrote in an identical statement that their lawyer made it clear that the 19-minute proof would not be provided to the media before Qantas first assessed

& # 39; Your producer was opposite, why were you not? & # 39; Both singers hit back on The Project after the segment was broadcast and wrote in an identical statement that their lawyer made it clear that the 19-minute proof would not be provided to the media before Qantas first assessed

& # 39; Your producer was opposite, why were you not? & # 39; Both singers hit back on The Project after the segment was broadcast and wrote in an identical statement that their lawyer made it clear that the 19-minute proof would not be provided to the media before Qantas first assessed

They promised to release the images if it did not cause legal problems, but Waleed ended the segment by revealing: & # 39; As for the unedited vision, their management has since contacted us and confirmed that they would not for legal reasons. & # 39;

& # 39; I think that's a shame, because if we could see it, it would certainly help prove or refute the story. & # 39;

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Both singers hit back on The Project after the segment was broadcast and wrote in an identical statement that their lawyer made it clear that the 19-minute proof would not be provided to the media before Qantas first assessed.

& # 39; This is a legal issue, NOT a publicity stunt! & # 39; The pop duo seemed irritated when host Little Little asked him if the whole debacle was just to increase media attention for their MTV show

& # 39; This is a legal issue, NOT a publicity stunt! & # 39; The pop duo seemed irritated when host Little Little asked him if the whole debacle was just to increase media attention for their MTV show

& # 39; This is a legal issue, NOT a publicity stunt! & # 39; The pop duo seemed irritated when host Little Little asked him if the whole debacle was just to increase media attention for their MTV show

The singers were escorted from an airplane by an Australian federal police officer because of an alleged hand luggage incident.

Qantas said in a statement at the time that two passengers refused to follow cabin crew instructions and were & # 39; unloaded & # 39; before the plane left.

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The singers claim that they were asked by cabin crew to move their hand luggage during the flight, but were unable to reach the upper lockers due to their small size.

The pop duo tweeted about the incident: & # 39; A passenger helped us move the bags smoothly. & # 39;

Incident: Jess and Lisa started filming Qantas and security personnel after the dispute started aboard the domestic flight en route to Brisbane on Sunday morning

Incident: Jess and Lisa started filming Qantas and security personnel after the dispute started aboard the domestic flight en route to Brisbane on Sunday morning

Incident: Jess and Lisa started filming Qantas and security personnel after the dispute started aboard the domestic flight en route to Brisbane on Sunday morning

& # 39; The police were called because we asked for the crew's names and instead of giving them to us, they told us they & # 39; security & # 39; We had no idea what was going on. & # 39;

According to company policy, staff are not allowed to help passengers with their hand luggage.

The brothers and sisters have said publicly that they will take & # 39; legal action & # 39; about the incident, which she described as & # 39; incredibly intimidating and confusing & # 39 ;.

The airline confirmed to Daily Mail Australia on Sunday that Lisa and Jessica were able to board a later flight to Brisbane, which departed at noon.

Police say they are still investigating the incident.

Legal: the siblings have publicly said they will take & # 39; legal action & # 39; about the incident, which she described as & # 39; incredibly intimidating and confusing & # 39;

Legal: the siblings have publicly said they will take & # 39; legal action & # 39; about the incident, which she described as & # 39; incredibly intimidating and confusing & # 39;

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Legal: the siblings have publicly said they will take & # 39; legal action & # 39; about the incident, which she described as & # 39; incredibly intimidating and confusing & # 39;

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