An Alabama mom has been arrested at Miami Worldwide Airport after being caught on video throwing a pc monitor at an American Airways gate attendant throughout an altercation police stated left the worker “battered.”
Camilia McMillie, 25, is now going through prices of aggravated battery, legal mischief and disorderly conduct following the incident that unfolded Tuesday after she misplaced observe of her kids, investigators stated.
“She went right into a panic mode,” a witness advised WSVN. “That’s what occurred.”
The Miami-Dade Police Division stated McMillie, of Birmingham, was touring to New York Metropolis and checked into her flight at gate D-39 after being rebooked for lacking her earlier flight.
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“Whereas the topic was with the gate agent, her two minor kids walked away with out discover to make use of close by restrooms,” police stated in an announcement. “As soon as the topic seen the kids weren’t together with her, she turned irate and commenced to scream, demanding the gate agent to search out her kids.”
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Investigators stated McMillie then “pulled the boarding cross reader off the picket counter, damaging the tools and countertop space” and “as she continued to scream, she then grabbed the pc monitor and threw it on the gate agent, placing her within the shoulder.”
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A video captured by a witness exhibits the gate attendant — who’s sporting festive reindeer antlers — bracing for canopy because the monitor is hurled in her path. Different footage purportedly exhibits McMillie knocking electronics to the bottom.
A police affidavit obtained by FOX Enterprise stated the American Airways worker suffered a bruise to her proper shoulder, whereas McMillie is believed to have prompted over $10,000 in damages.
Police additionally advised FOX Enterprise that the Florida Division of Youngsters and Households is helping McMillie’s kids.