It turns out that going on a reality TV programme on ITV2 doesn't, as legal experts had hoped, mean you lose your right to be treated as a rational adult. Indeed, despite her appearance on Celeb Air, Lisa Maffia is still being given access to the media to complain that, why, it's all edited together:
Maffia also accused show chiefs of encouraging her to act "cold" towards the other participants when the cameras are rolling.
She complained: "I know that they will edit it to look dramatic. But I didn't think they would make me out to be a bitch when I'm not."
James P, who alerted us to this terrible lack of respect for veracity on the part of CelebAir, observes:
Maffia is also, we're given to understand, annoyed that CelebAir isn't a real airline at all and the chances of her working her way up to become a flight dispatcher are sorely limited.