Published: Wed, October 17, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Tara Reid disaster! Actress KICKED off flight for freakish meltdown

Tara Reid disaster! Actress KICKED off flight for freakish meltdown

Flight attendants reportedly attempted to diffuse the situation, but the pilot announced he was turning the plane around - which had already pushed back from the gate - due to a customer service issue.

A rep for Reid didn't immediately respond to a HuffPost request for comment.

"They wouldn't let the dog sit next to me, so I wasn't going to stay on the plane", Tara told Extra.

Just two months after a live interview in which her slurred speech sparked concerns, actress Tara Reid has made headlines for an incident aboard a Delta Air Lines flight Monday.

Standing proudly in Reid's corner is Linda Hogan, who took to Twitter on Monday to claim that the flight attendants were "obviously jealous".

Delta spokesman Ashton Kang told in a statement that the flight from Los Angeles to New York City "returned to the gate, prior to takeoff, due to a customer disturbance on board".

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"Delta apologizes to the remaining customers for the inconvenience and appreciates their patience as the situation was resolved", the spokesperson said, adding that "the flight re-departed for NY following a short delay".

According to the report, Reid became agitated at the location of her seat and the lack of pillow provided on said seat.

Tara eventually got on a new flight to head to Staten Island, where she's filming The Fifth Boro.

"You know, we're getting at that age where - hopefully maybe one day we'll meet a nice guy and start settling down", she shared. A guy that's there.

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