The former Miss Australian finalist who made an air marshall a & # 39; white trash b *** h & # 39; and a stewardess attacked, should avoid a 21-year prison sentence.
Adau Mornyang was arrested for lashing out two United Airlines flight crews on 21 January during a 14-hour flight from Melbourne to Los Angeles.
The 25-year-old whose tirade was shamelessly recorded in shocking audio will learn her destiny in a US court on Monday.
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Adau Mornyang (photo) was arrested for lashing out on two United Airlines flight personnel during a 14-hour flight from Melbourne to Los Angeles on January 21
The 25-year-old whose tirade was shamelessly recorded in shocking audio will learn her destiny in a US court on Monday
In an audio clip obtained by An ongoing case, Mornyang is drunkenly hurled abused by the crew and calls an air marshall a & # 39; white trash b *** h. & # 39;
& # 39; You must lock the F ** K and tolerate what the f ** ing bull you get! Ya b *** h! & # 39; Mornyang says.
& # 39; Don't dare come to me and tell me, "oh, you disturb the rest."
& # 39; How do I disturb everyone else? At the moment I am disturbing everyone else … because I fuck you, your dirty white garbage b ***! & # 39;
Judicial documents showed that she had asked for a glass of wine, but a flight attendant discovered an empty bottle of wine at her seat when he was going to serve her.
She claims that she mixed two glasses of wine with prescription pills to help her sleep, but servants claim it was closer to five or six glasses before she was cut.
A jury from Los Angeles in March found Mornyang guilty of interference and attacks by flight attendants.
Prosecutors recommend that she should only be behind bars for one month, followed by three months of house arrest and two years of supervised release.
But Mornyang may be avoiding jail altogether with prison officers wriggling Judge Cormac Carney to senten her to three years of probation and a fine of AUD $ 2,849.
& # 39; While the government sympathizes with the tragic and sad past of the accused, the unprovoked physical assault of a flight attendant and the potentially dangerous consequences of that action justify a custody of freedom, & prosecutors wrote in custody.
A LA jury in March found Mornyang (left and right) of interference and assault of flight attendants
Several passengers began complaining to staff about nine hours before the flight about Mornyang's disruptive behavior.
They said she threw her arms and shouted obscenities and racist statements, according to a release from the Justice Department.
& # 39; But guess what? I am a black African woman who is unstable, needs to be checked, who has to close everything! & # 39; she goes further.
& # 39; What did you do? Exactly the same as what you are doing now, crying on the phone, calling the captain! & # 39;
& # 39; B *** h! You are my stewardess! I have to have faith in you regardless of my skin color or what!
& # 39; But now you call the police for me because I didn't, because a few white men complained about me.
& # 39; I'm done! I'm ready for your white a **! & # 39;
Mornyang then removed her socks and threw them at travelers.
She was eventually restrained by an air marshal and handcuffed to the bouncy chair.
Several passengers began complaining to staff about nine hours before the flight about Mornyang's disruptive behavior
Travelers said the model crossed her arms and obscenities and racist slogans & # 39; shouted, according to a release from the Department of Justice.
The judge noted that about two hours before the plane landed in LA, Mornyang was allowed to use the bathroom, but she stayed inside for 45 minutes and didn't want to leave, and a point fell asleep.
Marshals had to carry her out, and while they held her arms and legs, she reportedly kicked one of the marshals in the coffin, the court heard.
The former Miss Australia contender claimed that he did not remember the commotion.
& # 39; I only remembered that I woke up after eight hours of sleep & # 39 ;, she said in a text message after the incident.
Marshals had to carry her out and while they held her arms and legs, she allegedly kicked one of the marshals in the coffin, the court heard
Mornyang, who had fled to Australia when she was ten, said: & I was so confused and begging and begging them to tell me what I was doing.
& # 39; I was ignored, I was in and out of consciousness, and was later locked up in federal jail still without remembering what I was arrested.
& # 39; This alleged slapping is a big shock to me and I cry every night and wonder why I have no memory of it. How I could do it while I slept, & she told The Herald Sun in March.
She said the accusations have ruined her burgeoning career because she had just had her biggest contract so far before being arrested.
Mornyang was previously modeled for makeup giant Sephora and recently ran during New York Fashion Week.
Earlier this month, she asked a California judge to throw away her conviction – but the motion was later rejected.
Prosecutors noted that her behavior was so serious, unpredictable, and uncontrollable that various air marsh undercover were forced to restrain her.
Prosecutors noted that Mornyang's behavior was so severe, unpredictable, and uncontrollable that various air marsh squares were undercover to keep her under control
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