Woman Lied About Having Emotional Illness So She Could Fly With Dog

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Genevieve says she doesn't have a need for an emotional support animal and just wanted to fly with her dog Kali.

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"You seem like a calm level headed person"....people with anxiety and panic disorder often can be calm and level headed. They're not flailing, fainting, jittery, and freaking out all the time. You'd be surprised by how intelligent, kind, and "level headed" many people with anxiety and panic disorder are. It's disheartening to hear a reported say that.

Author — Bitnah

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I live with a physical disability and all I can say about these people who take from the disabled and try to fake these things is BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR.

Author — Chris Weber

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I have a legitamate service dog. Seeing the news focus on the woman that was mocking the (already corrupt system) teach others is disgusting.

Author — Service Dog Delgado

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Don't do this. You're making people who need actual help look bad.

Author — E Reynolds

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Sadly some people with life-threatening illnesses are having their lives compromised by this-- I ended up intubated and on a vent after a flight that included cats

Author — Devangel

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People that lie about having disabilities just to get their own way are pretty disgusting.

Author — Kas Qat

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I hope people see how deranged this is. I can't stand people who lie to get their way, it's disgusting and undermining...people have been going on planes with anxiety for decades, she's (and you and me) are not special

Author — Opal Goon

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What she did was wrong 100% but I give her major props for coming forward and for stopping taking advantage of the system

Author — Nicholas DeVito

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Remember the 'emotional support peacock '? Lmao

Author — Jack D

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Personally, I think ESAs’ should be allowed to fly. However, special services that make you pay a fee to get some vest and false certification should be outlawed. Like this, it can be abused and there are so many horror stories about badly behaved “ESAs’”. Not only should you get a personal letter from a psychiatrist, but also go through training where the dog can handle aggression.
I suffer from severe depression and anxiety and do have an ESA. But personally, getting one and training one should have stricter regulations.

Author — Tanaka

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Man I suffer from anxiety, depression, and panic attacks so my ESA literally keeps me sane. Don't do this shit if you don't really have an illness!!

Author — MorbidMaddi

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This woman clearly has an emotional problem.

Author — Raven Stark

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"Albino hedgehog named Snickers "... troll of the year award goes to...

Author — Ally Kayyy

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Why do I get this recommended in 2019
2015-maybe
2016-no
2017-not yet
2018-almost
2019-yep

Author — Boe Boe

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I rather have my dog on the plane on my lap then getting worried that someone’s going to shove my puppy in an overhead cabin where he suffocates

Author — Chloe Walden

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"Excuse me ma'am don't distract my service rabbit. He's working"

Author — Az Blue Phoenix

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"You seem like a level headed person, not someone who would get panic attacks" i know he didn't mean it that way or i hope anyways but panic attacks can happen to anyone. Even people who present as "level headed"

Author — Scoobmagoo

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I have a service dog for PTSD. This kind of stuff makes me mad because I have had people refuse entry to me because of my dog because they did not think she was “real” or something. And then I have to prove usually with papers. I feel like people like this make it even harder for people with disabilities to just have a normal time in public. I feel bad for her and she must be lonely. But I wish there wouldn’t be a whole “real or fake” service dog debate going on. If your dog is not certified and trained to help you with a medical condition that warrants a service animal, then it’s not a service dog, I am sorry. Take your dog to the park, they like it and you can breathe the fresh air and be less anxious if that is what you are worried about. But it is already hard enough for me to simply leave my apartment and I would like to be able to not be questioned by strangers.

Author — Thomas Irwin

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"Our confessor, Genevieve, has no last name." Hence: The ease of this actress's "confession". Also: No one asked: "What's with all the cameras?"

Author — Alysia Mer David-Wasser

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Damnit guys! You’re just making this harder to get a legit service dog on the plane!

Author — Kanim 548