Model and actress Cara Delevingne is no stranger to controversy. The 28-year-old Brit seems to get away with just about anything, including sex in public places.
In one of her interviews, the Burberry's leading gal admitted that sex on the plane is her favorite activity. In a candid chat with her Suicide Squad co-star, Margot Robbie, Cara declared that she is a proud member of the mile-high club, although she is not very discreet.
"I've had sex in planes a lot."
"But I've always been caught. It's super-hard not to get caught."
If she can have sex on the plane, others can watch, right? Or no?
Cara and a voyeur
During one of her wild flights, Cara and her partner drew the attention of another passenger. The supermodel turned actress complained to the flight attendant since the fellow traveler enjoyed the view a bit too much.
The youngest of three Delevingne sisters said:
"I had sex in the chair on the plane, and there was a guy watching. We ended up telling the air stewardess what was happening."
"Like, 'This guy keeps staring at us. Can you tell him to stop?'"
Though it's unclear who Cara was together with at the time of this incident, one thing's for sure: it's not allowed to have sex on a plane. Clearly, rules don't apply to the rich and famous, but having someone staring at you while you're having sex is always unpleasant.
Unless you asked them to.
Cara's exciting dating life includes singer St. Vincent, Harry Styles, Ashley Benson, and Michelle Rodriguez. Not only has she been a big deal since she got out of high school, but she's also dating famous people.
Instead of feeling embarrassed because Cara was breaking the law, she called a flight attendant to help her. And get this: if you're going to do the nasty while on a plane, you do it in the bathroom, but no. When you're a supermodel, you don't need to move from your seat.
While her power move is bold, and in a way, respectable, so was the passenger who wouldn't stop staring. They were both doing things that made others uncomfortable. Cara met her match.
Meanwhile, Robbie admitted that she has a naughty side as well. Her craziest sex experience:
"On a jet-ski."
"A non-moving jet-ski, but in the water."
We expected more, at least moving jet-skis.
The Model's troubles and the road to recovery
Delevingne was caught with cocaine, harassed by Harvey Weinstein, and struggled with depression and anxiety. From the moment she stepped on the international modeling scene, all eyes were on a young and fragile teenager at the time.
Speaking of Weinstein, Delevingne said:
"Harvey was one of the people that told me I couldn't be with a woman and also be an actress"
"To me, the idea of having a beard was — I'd heard it happen before — I just felt so disheartened by it."
"I kind of think when I was pushed more that way, I realized how much more I needed to go the other way."
A year later, in 2018, she told her fans that she identified as sexually fluid. She also shared the horror story of how she escaped Harvey's grabby hands.
"I never thought I needed to come out."
"It was just kind of like, 'This is who I am. Just so you know.'"
After dealing with major issues and accepting her pansexuality, Cara seems to be in a much better place. She's focused on her career as an actress, and hopefully, people will no longer be tempted to watch her have sex on a plane.
Recently Cara endorsed increasingly popular "self-pleasuring" (sex-toy) brands Lora Dicarlo and Maud's Ethos. The same brands are Dakota Johnson's favorites.
While we certainly don't understand why Cara can have sex on a plane and even complain when someone's looking, she had her share of troubles, just like the rest of us.
If she's not willing to let it go, she's rich enough to buy herself a sex plane.