Lashonda Lee Williams, 43, was arrested after allegedly threatening another passenger on a United Airlines flight from Nashville to Houston, reports the Daily Mail.
When passenger K. Colleen Coult, 50, asked Williams to turn off her cell phone, Williams responded with: “I kill white people like you.”
Williams also told Coult that she would follow her once they landed in Houston “and find out where she lived.’
“Anxiety and fear” rippled through the plane, according to a flight attendant. In response, the plane landed and returned to the gate.
Read more from The Smoking Gun:
The disruption on Flight 4205, which was bound for Houston, resulted in the Embraer 135’s return to Nashville’s airport, where Lashonda Lee Williams was arrested for assault.
After being booked into the Davidson County jail, Williams, a Houston resident, was released on $3000 bond. She is scheduled for a June 25 County Court appearance.
Read more at The Smoking Gun.
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