Woman arrested after video shows her spitting, yelling at passengers on flight

Woman arrested after hitting and spitting on passengers and flight attendants. More

Woman arrested after hitting and spitting on passengers and flight attendants. More

Video aboard the plane obtained by NBC 6 partly shows medical personnel treating the woman as lively chatting occurs inside the plane.

According to records from the Broward Sheriff's Office, the woman exclaimed: "I'm not sitting [next] to a f***ing three-year-old, I've been drinking all day", before moving herself to an unassigned seat without permission.

The report says that once on the jet bridge, Gonzalez tried to reboard and hit on the head a JetBlue agent who tried to stop her.

As she made her way out, she allegedly shoved a JetBlue worker.

More issues arose after the NY resident moved her seat without asking the permission of the crew. I've been drinking all day'.

Officers had to use a spit mask when dealing with the unruly passenger and had to cuff both her hands and feet. Don't touch my (expletive).

When she finally exited, she had one last shot. I called someone old cause they were?' said Gonzalez before being escorted off the plane. Enjoy yourselves on Vegas, babies! "Vegas baby, Vegas. I'll be there in an hour".

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The woman also reportedly assaulted an airport staff member who attempted to block her from getting back on the flight, according to CBS Miami.

"I didn't do anything wrong", Gonzalez is heard saying to somebody over the phone, before yelling, "Oh, you wanna f***ing tape me, make me viral b****es?" before leaning toward the seat in front of her and seemingly spitting on a seated passenger.

When Gonzalez was taken into custody she refused to walk or comply with officer's commands. She was then put in a wheelchair and rolled out of the terminal.

Gonzalez was arrested at the Florida airport and charged with battery.

She was much calmer in court Friday morning, mostly remaining silent while the judge set a bond.

Passenger Valerie Gonzalez, 32, was travelling from Fort Lauderdale to Las Vegas on a JetBlue service on February 14, 2019 when she allegedly became enraged over being seated next to a three-year-old.

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