Video: Alleged pregnant woman who ‘clearly smelled’ of alcohol pummels Spirit Airlines employee

Video: Alleged pregnant woman who ‘clearly smelled’ of alcohol pummels Spirit Airlines employee


Video shows an alleged pregnant woman attacking a Spirit Airlines employee at the Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Georgia on Sunday night.

Police say that 29-year-old Que Maria Scott – from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct charges in connection with the alleged beat-down of a Spirit Airlines employee.

The woman went into a fury after she was told by the airline employee that she would not be able to board her flight because of her aggressive behavior, according to the New York Post.

The woman allegedly told the employee that she was from “West Philly” and was going to “beat our a**, other airport employees told police.

The police report stated, “Rhoden stated that the passenger made a statement to other passengers around that she will beat a b***h up if she does not get on the plane.”

Witnesses said the woman was “irate and using abusive language toward others involved at the scene.”

An airline employee called 911 to report an argument at the gate. As police were responding to the call, officers were reportedly notified that the dispute had escalated into a full-blown physical altercation.

Video catches the moment that a woman violently attacks Spirit Airlines employee Jasmine Rhoden. The attacker goes beyond a barrier and tackles the female employee to the ground. The pair tussle and kick each other while they are on the ground.

“Ms. Rhoden stated that Ms. Q. Scott put her boarding pass in one of her pockets, pulled up her sweat pants and proceeded to attack her by swinging her arms and hitting [the victim] on the left side of her face,” the incident report noted. “[She] then stated that Ms. Q. Scott began to pull her hair at the scene and pulling her into a barrier that was at the location causing them to fall to the ground.”

Eventually, three men rushed to break up the fight and separate the women.

A Homeland Security officer reportedly held Scott until police officers reached the scene.

After being arrested, Scott allegedly told police officers that she was six months pregnant.

“Rhoden stated that she clearly smelled alcohol on Ms. Q. Scott, even though Ms. Q. Scott claimed to be pregnant,” according to the police report.

As she was being taken away in handcuffs, Scott said, “I didn’t do nothing to nobody. You really just got me booked. It’s cool. I’m gonna remember your face in my head forever.”

Atlanta Police Department officers booked Scott into the Clayton County Jail early Monday. She was being held on $1,500 bond.

(WARNING: Graphic video)


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