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In the age of cell phone cameras, Genesha Bradley-Douglas (pictured left) did what most stans would do after spotting funnyman Kevin Hart (pictured) strolling through Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), where she works as shuttle driver: she took a selfie! Her innocuous action, though, caused her to get suspended without pay last week, after company executives got wind of the photo. But after releasing a plea in her defense, according to Hart, Bradley-Douglas was reinstated, he recently told TMZ.

RELATED: LAX Bus Driver Suspended For Taking Selfie With Kevin Hart

On Thursday, Hart released an Instagram appeal to car executives, asking them to “have some compassion.”

And it looks as if the appeal worked!

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