Kelly Pichardo Video, Kelly Pichardo American Airlines Video What Happened At American Airlines Passenger Full Clip Viral! The New York woman has been sentenced to four months of prison for interference with crew members on the flight that went that flew from Dallas up to Los Angeles last year. The flight was diverted to Phoenix in accordance with federal Prosecutors. They claimed that Kelly Pichardo, 30, and Leeza Rodriguez 29, both from the Bronx were sitting in the first class seat when they began to annoy others on the plane.
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Police detained both women and took them off the aircraft after it landed in Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on the 24th of February, 2021. The authorities said that the women brutally assaulted a person on the flight. They also used racial slurs after they were confronted by a male passenger to stop. Pichardo was allegedly seen spitting at the victim who was not identified in the incident, as he tried to document the incident. When the male passenger pulled out his cellphone, Rodriguez then allegedly struck his palm to stop recording the incident.
FBI along with Phoenix police investigated the incident and charged the two women on charges of unruly behavior, which included physical and verbal assaults on other passengers and flight crew members. The plane continued until Los Angeles without further incident when police detained the 2 passengers in the Sky Harbor International Airport. Prosecutors stated that Pichardo was ordered to pay more than $9,200 in restitution for American Airlines as a result of the incident.
They stated that Pichardo will be serving three years of supervision after her sentence in prison. Rodriguez another victim of the incident is acquitted and is scheduled to receive a sentence in the month of November. A statement issued by American Airlines said: ‘We appreciate our crew members for their professionalism when managing the complicated situation.’ The airline described their alleged behavior as ‘unacceptable’ and disturbing.’ The women were both exiled from future flights by the airline.