Camille Vasquez Branded ‘Wonder Woman’ After Helping To Save Passenger’s Life On American Airlines Flight
The attorney has been widely praised for her performance in helping Depp navigate his defamation trial victory against his ex-wife Amber Heard. So much so that she has become a ‘celebrity’ overnight having become a TikTok sensation.
And her latest act is only going to reinforce that notion. According to reports, Vasquez happened to come to the aid of an elderly passenger during the course of an American Airlines flight that was going from Los Angeles to New York.
It is claimed that the passenger had collapsed and then hit his head. And as this happened right in front of Camille’s eyes and her bodyguards, she felt she had no option but to act. This was especially since the flight attendant had called for help.
And that is when Camille came into her element. It is alleged that she had gotten into contact with her brother-in-law, who just so happens to be a doctor. During the course of that process, he had apparently guided Camille over what she should do to see if the passenger was having a heart attack or some form of a bleed.
Luckily for Camille, a surgeon just so happened to be on board. And yet, the flight attendant went on to refer to Camille as a ‘wonder woman’ and gave her two bottles of champagne.
Much in the same way, the fans on social media were in praise of Camille. And in the process of lauding her, the comments began to praise her rather excessively. One person wrote: “Give her an Oscar already,” while another person stated: “Can you just make her president.”
Stories like this only go on to show how popular Camille has become, and that is bound to help her career going forward given the clout that it has generated. So there you have it folks. What did you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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