Trying to win the Airline Lottery. It's the new "in" thing to do.
Seems like the dispute revolves around the severity of the pet allergy. She claims she told the crew that it was NOT life-threatening; Southwest claims she said it was. If not life threatening, then the passenger should have been allowed to remain on the flight, seated as far as possible from the dogs. However, if she told them it was a serious pet allergy, then without medical clearance, Southwest could incur liability if she became ill or worse. Be interested to see which story is accurate regarding the severity of the allergy is true.
Watch a full video to see how nuts she is. She claimed allergies, father having surgery, "I'm a professor", "I'm moving" when she wasn't, ripped clothes.
Here we go again with the racism accusations. Talk about the boy that cried wolf.
Fat female and forty. No, wait -- that's gall bladders.. This woman is "brown" (her word), female, pregnant, traveling for a sick relative... can you get anybody more in line with setting up a lawsuit?! SHe's the definition of "sympathetic litigant", which may be why this even happened. She mentions severe pet alergy (SHE is the one who brought it up) then refuses to leave. YES, I AM suggesting this was a set up ..
It has nothing to do with race. She said she had a severe dog allergy but no medical proof. Out of caution she was asked to leave the flight for HER OWN safety.
She's a liar looking for a quick payday. I hope they countersue.
"I was a brown woman with a hoodie". No, actually, you were an unruly passenger who refused to comply with orders provided by recognized law enforcement personnel. If this lawsuit is allowed to go on, I will have lost faith in our judicial system.
I listened to part of the interview. She said she is the primary caretaker for her father . . .so why does she live so far away from him that she needs to fly there? I am the oldest of three and I live 3 miles from my parents so I can check on them.