The Veronicas have been making all sorts of headlines lately. And now they’re coming for Qantas.

In a series of tweets on Friday morning – both video and text screenshots – the Aussie pop duo brought the drama that has followed them since they were asked to leave a flight on Sunday into yet another day.

Statements, photographs, and quotes from witnesses claiming to have also be on the plane flooded The Veronicas social media pages around 11:30am.

One tweet includes a photograph of a Qantas employee, claiming he had switched over his identification badge before speaking to them, and another of the law requirements for Aviation Security ID Cards.

“The last thing we would like to mention for anyone, but especially our young fans reading about this incident, is that you are alway within your rights to stand up against bullies who try to silence you,” read a screenshot from the sisters, which also announced that the band would be donating to Bullyzero.org.

A bit confused and need a catch up? The story goes like this:

A few days ago the pop icons were booted off of a flight from Sydney to Brisbane by the Australian Federal Police after allegedly failing to comply with cabin crews’ directions.

The sisters were escorted off of the plane on Sunday morning, reportedly after a fight broke out between them and cabin crew. Which is a big no-no as far as “things to do on planes” goes.

Later in the day the singers (real names Lisa and Jess Origliasso) wrote in an Instagram comment that it was an “upsetting and embarrassing experience” which they were mostly clueless for throughout.

“We actually already had our bag up in the overhead,” read the comment. “The female flight attendant wanted Lisa’s bag spun around. Lisa asked the attendant if she could help assist her, because she couldn’t reach it (we’re only 5”1). The attendant said it was against company policy. And a lovely man behind us helped instead,” Jess said on the shared account. “Then right before take off, the flight attendant bought over the manger and pointed us out. He proceeded to lecture us about company policy.”

It’s all a bit he-said, she-said, and some people claiming to have also been on the flight have taken to social media to give their side of the story.

After their plane removal made headlines The Veronicas appeared on The Project and faced a stern grilling from host Waleed Aly, denying they caused the incident for publicity.

“This is a legal matter, not a publicity stunt,” said Jess.

When pressed by Aly as to why The Project had only been sent edited footage from onboard the plane, both told the host they couldn’t share unedited footage because it could impact their legal action.

The Veronicas’ final tweet as of writing included a voice recording from someone allegedly on the plane. “I was literally in the seat right in front of you,” says the man.

“You didn’t go too far, you didn’t raise your voice.”