There are many rules to be followed when flying on a plane, but some decide to skip, for example, to swap places on an untouched plane. Buzz60s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
An airline from American Airlines who said she was pulled down by the time of her scarf by a staff member has sued the Dallas-based carrier to not investigate July 2016 fights or take action to ensure her safety.
In her lawsuit filed Friday in federal court and retrieved by Dallas Morning News, Kathy Ida Wolfe says another flight leader, Laura Powers, "viciously dug her nails into my arm and threw the door of a a carriage on my arm and later took my scarf, choked me and pulled me in the aisle and in front of the passengers.
Wolfe, who lives in Irving, Texas, says she followed the correct procedure, reporting the change to the captain of the plane, other crew members and
When nobody in the airline happened she said she reported the assault and the battery to the legal authorities.
She claims that Americans were negligent and created a dangerous working environment, thus breaking her contract. She seeks $ 1 million in compensation.
American Airlines spokeswoman Michelle Mohr confirmed the lawsuit to the US today, but did not want to comment on the specific allegations and just said: "The Americans try want to create a working environment where all team members feel safe and respected. "
Attorneys for the airline and Powers responded to the lawsuit after it was first filed in a local court and claimed that they were not" responsible because the claimant caused or contributed to cause damage as compensation sought. "
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