According to the incident report, Gonzalez wanted to reenter the plane after leaving, and then hit a JetBlue agent on the head who tried to stop her. "I didn't do anything, I sat down in my seat".
JetBlue flight 1954 was headed to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport from Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan in a almost three-hour flight when the passenger gave birth, airline spokeswoman Tamara Young told WPLG.
In the footage, the woman becomes further enraged when she thinks passengers are filming her. At:28, she looked ahead of her, and yelled out, "Oh, you want to f***ing tape me, make this viral b*tches?"
The video shows a female passenger repeatedly claiming "I didn't do anything wrong", before spitting on passengers in the seats in front of her and growing increasingly loud and angry.
Gonzalez then asks again who was taping her and blew kisses at the various cameras. "I called someone old because they were", Gonzalez said.
Cellphone video shows a woman, identified by authorities as Valerie Gonzalez, 32, saying she is being kicked off the plane for "calling someone old", however a Broward Sheriff's Office incident report states that she became disruptive after getting upset about having to sit next to a child.
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As she gets her stuff together to leave, she says: "My mum's going to be so proud of me tomorrow".
Moments later, however, she stands up from her seat and grabs her bags, while continuing to shout profanities. Alright, I'll get my bag...
Deputies arrested her and took her out of the airport in a wheelchair.
She has been charged with battery.
"Flight 1954 from San Juan to Fort Lauderdale was met by emergency medical services following the onboard delivery of our youngest customer to date", the airline wrote in a statement.