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.
Twin sisters Lisa and Jessica Origliasso, 33, were removed from the domestic flight due to an alleged hand luggage incident.
And on Tuesday's episode of The project, previously unseen images of the incident were broadcast during an interview with the singers.
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The incident: Previously unseen images of The Veronicas escorted from a Qantas flight were broadcast during the episode of The Project on Tuesday
Jessica and Lisa began filming Qantas personnel, police and security as their dispute escalated aboard a domestic flight to Brisbane.
They shared some of their own images with Channel 10, and it was broadcast during an introductory package before their interview on The Project.
Although the view from the aircraft was released earlier, the new images showed more of the AFP's involvement in the incident.
In the images there was an officer who spoke with the women when they picked him up with their cell phones.
Later they were seen walking out of the plane while two Qantas employees watched and a police officer escorted them back to the airport.
Video: Although the view from the aircraft was released earlier, the new images showed more of the AFP's involvement in the incident
Finished: They were seen walking out of the plane while two Qantas employees watched and a police officer escorted them to the airport
During their interview on The Project, the pop stars became irritated by a number of questions they were asked.
& # 39; This is a legal issue, not a publicity stunt, & # 39; said Jessica, after comedian Tommy Little asked if the incident should promote their new MTV reality show.
The clumsiness continued when Waleed asked Aly if the pair & # 39; raw video images & # 39; would bring out what happened.
& # 39; This is a legal issue, not a publicity stunt & # 39 ;: during their interview on The Project the pop stars became irritated by a number of questions asked to them
They promised to release the images if it did not cause legal problems, but Waleed ended the segment by saying: & # 39; As for the unedited vision, their management has since contacted us and confirmed that they would not for legal reasons.
& # 39; I think that's a shame, because if we could see it, it would certainly help prove or refute the story. & # 39;
Both singers hit back in The Project after the segment was broadcast and claimed that their lawyer made it clear that the 19-minute proof would not be provided to the media before Qantas first assessed.
Time: Jessica got irritated after comedian Tommy Little (left) asked if the incident should promote their new MTV reality show
On Sunday, the singers were accompanied by AFP officers from an airplane because of an alleged incident with hand luggage.
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.
Jessica and Lisa claim that the cabin crew asked them to move their luggage during the flight, but were unable to reach the lockers due to their short stature.
They later tweeted about the incident: & # 39; A passenger helped us move the bags without any problems.
& # 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;
Incident: Jessica and Lisa started filming Qantas staff, police and security when their dispute aboard a domestic flight to Brisbane escalated on Sunday
According to Qantas company policy, staff are not permitted to assist passengers with their hand luggage.
The brothers and sisters say they will take & # 39; legal action & # 39; against the airline.
Qantas confirmed to Daily Mail Australia on Sunday that Lisa and Jessica were able to board a later flight to Brisbane, which left at noon.
The police are still investigating the incident.
Legal issue: the siblings say they will take & # 39; legal action & # 39; against the airline
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