One caretaker has been accused of assault on a flight from Miami to New York City.
According to the report, a passenger on an American Airlines flight crashed multiple times as a flight attendant during a flight on Sunday. The attack was allegedly sparked after a passenger arguing with employees over the garbage.
Passengers followed a separate flight attendant to the plane’s crew area to complain about not picking up litter, according to court documents Fox News received when the passenger began yelling at one flight attendant, another airline worker was called. For help
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When the second flight attendant tried to separate the two, the passenger claimed the flight attendant had pushed her. The passenger was accused of punching a flight and pulling her hair.
The two were then reported to be separated and the suspect apparently continued to argue with the other passengers. At one point, the suspect approached the flight attendant again and was accused of assaulting her a second time. At one point the suspect claimed that “The police will not do anything to me”
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Another flight attendant reportedly asked the pilot to take the plane. But the pilot cannot follow it at the moment. Fortunately, it was reported that a New York police officer on duty and helped detain the suspect.
The plane landed at its intended destination at JFK airport, where officers were reportedly waiting.
Court documents identified the suspect as Chenasia I.Campbell, she was reportedly detained and charged with interfering with a flight crew, a federal offense, NBC New York reported.
Campbell was reportedly a Brooklyn native and was unemployed. She previously worked for the Disability Development Office.
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Flight attendants suffered arm and cheek injuries, bruises to the forehead and legs, and swollen hands, according to court documents. She was assessed by a medical professional. But it was reportedly denied further medical assistance.
Fox News contacted American Airlines for comment, but a company representative did not immediately respond.