Germanwings Co-pilot to Ex-Girlfriend before Airplane Crash: ‘I’m planning a heinous act that will be remembered forever’
A few days ago, we reported that Lubitz deliberately destroyed the aircraft after he locked out the pilot out of the cockpit, and documents found by police who searched his home indicated that he had some form of illness he was hiding from his employer and professional colleagues. Click here if you missed it!
So sad! According to latest developments regarding the Germanwings plane crash, Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz who deliberately crashed the Lufthansa-operated plane according to a french prosecutor reportedly told his Ex-lover before the crash that his name would be forever remembered.
In a new interview with co-pilot Lubitz’s ex-girlfriend, she claimed that he once said he was “planning a heinous act that will be remembered forever.” Maria W, a Germanwings stewardess, told the shocking revelation to a German newspaper:
“[He said], ‘One day I will do something that will change the whole system, and then all will know my name and remember it,'” she recalled, via Daily Mail. “I never knew what he meant, but now it makes sense.”
Lubitz and the stewardess reportedly dated for five months last year and spent much of their time in hotels. She told the newspaper that he was a “nice and open-minded” person, but often got annoyed when they talked about their jobs.
“We spoke a lot about work and then he became another person. He became agitated about the circumstances in which he had to work, too little money, anxiety about his contract and too much pressure,” she claimed. “During conversations he’d suddenly throw a tantrum and scream at me. I was afraid. He even once locked me in the bathroom for a long time.”
Maria W. said she split with Lubitz because of his erratic behavior, but he reportedly did try to win her back by buying two Audis just days before the crash. Other separate reports say he was secretly gay and was tormented for keeping his homosexuality a secret.
The German plane carrying 144 passengers and six crew members crashed in Southern France earlier in the week, with no one surviving the crash. Click here if you missed it!