Tara Reid Gets Back To Work Day After Reportedly Being Taken Off A Plane Over ‘Disturbance On Board’
Tara Reid celebrated getting back to work on set of her latest project one day after she reportedly was taken off a plane over a “disturbance on board.”
The 42-year-old actress shared a picture of herself with her director Steve Stanulis Tuesday on Instagram and captioned the snap, “On the set of ‘Fifth Borough’ with my amazing director Steve Stanulis!” (RELATED: Actress Tara Reid Sparks Concern Following Bizarre Morning Show Appearance [VIDEO])
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It comes one day after video surfaced on TMZ of the “American Pie” star being talked to on Delta plane by the flight crew on board flight 613 from Los Angeles to New York Monday and eventually being asked to leave.
The outlet reported that the “Sharknado” star became upset and loudly complained because she was supposed to have a window seat and was given one on the aisle. In addition, she was upset about not getting a pillow. Flight crew members reportedly tried to make things better, but it was too late and the pilot announced that the plane — which had already pulled away from the gate — was turning back around.
Law enforcement was reportedly not called in because Reid complied and left the plane.
The actress has said that she thought she had reserved a seat next to the window and was upset because that wasn’t the case. She also shared that she felt cramped in her seat after the person in front of her had reclined their seat back.
A spokesperson for Delta confirmed to Fox News that, “Delta flight 613 from Los Angeles to New York JFK — International returned to the gate, prior to takeoff, due to a customer disturbance on board.”
“Delta apologizes to the remaining customers for the inconvenience and appreciates their patience as the situation was resolved,” the spokesperson added, sharing that the “flight redeparted for New York following a short delay.”
Reid then boarded an alternate flight.