On Wednesday, the lady responsible for the violent incident at Miami Airport appeared before the bail court judge.
According to authorities, Camila McMillie said her two children had disappeared at Miami International Airport on Tuesday while waiting in line at an American Airlines counter after missing her connecting trip to New York City.
According to the police report, when Birmingham, Alabama McMillie, 25, requested an American Airlines employee for help in locating her children, she first got “irate” and then “violent.”
She is seen on surveillance video removing the boarding card reader from the wooden counter, grabbing a computer display, and throwing it at an employee of the airline, according to the police.
At around 11:30 a.m., a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent stopped McMillie at the airport’s North Terminal’s Concourse D. She was then arrested and taken to jail by police.
Based on the arrest report, McMillie’s two children, ages six and eight, had probably gone to the bathroom without informing her.
According to investigators, the employee of American Airlines received a bruise to her right shoulder area, and the airline estimated the property loss at roughly $10,000.
After the event, American Airlines issued the following statement:
“American Airlines does not tolerate acts of aggression against our team members, and we are dedicated to helping law enforcement in their inquiry. Our team member is in our thoughts, and we are making sure they receive the support they require right now.”
Charges of aggravated violence, criminal mischief, and disorderly conduct are filed against McMilllie. $4500 was set as her bond.