A few weeks after the debut of the parody videos which were created as a way to call attention to the airlines' treatment of their employees, American fired the employee who created them.
Though their official statement states he was fired of other reasons, he's been sued by the airline to stop posting "proprietary" information such as exposing the travel plans of the airlines' Executives whom bump paying passengers out of first class to be accommodated.
In an effort to make the whole situation disappear, both sides sat down to hammer out a settlement and during the process the flight attendant was asked not to post any derogatory information about the airline. However, he shared his opinions on how he would run the airline in his 'first 100 days as CEO' on a website, and which American viewed it as disparaging so they filed suit claiming he broke their agreement.
Now the ex-flight attendant has a one way ticket to court on September 5th where he'll learn whether or not he'll be held in contempt of court, or will be fined for breaking the verbal agreement.
What's Your Instinct: Has the employee taken this too far or is he just standing up for his beliefs?