Bialik noticed that maybe the agent just doesn’t like ‘The Big Bang Theory.'”
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“Big Bang Theory” actress Mayim Bialik is a number of theories about why she turned away from her United Airlines flight on Sunday evening.
Bialik, 43, told her Twitter followers she was upset with the carrier after an airline employee allegedly “close the gate in [her] face” at the Houston airport, and they then noticed that the perhaps the employee who did it “just not like” The Big Bang Theory.'”
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“The @UnitedAirlines flight attendant who closed the gate in my face. I made my connecting flight in Houston,” Bialik tweeted just before 7 p.m. local time.
“[I]t is a light press, but You said that there are many open places. [W]hen you saw my carry-on suitcase, you said that there was no room and close the door in my face.”
The actress went on to claim that the five other passengers of her connecting flight were allowed in the plane, all with hand luggage. Bialik further suggested that the crew could have placed her luggage in the first class, they booked, and had her sit in an unreserved economy class seat.
“Maybe it is a first-class seat I had to sit in would have held and I would like sat in the open seats somewhere on that plane,” she wrote.
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Bialik also took her frustrations on Instagram, where she is further on the alleged incident and the weather held out her hypotheses as to why the gate agent is not able her on the flight.
“Maybe they hate [“The Big Bang Theory’]. Maybe she was having a bad day. Maybe she hates women who look like they are going to cry,” Bialik wrote.
“Now my suitcase is broken from running so hard and aggressive, my asthma is super angry and random people think I’m a prima donna as she closed the door I said,” I have a first class seat!’ I didn’t know that I deserve more, I had my suitcase sitting in my first class seat and I sit somewhere else? Not a good day for me and @united,” she added.
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In a statement to Fox News, a representative for United Airlines, says the carrier is the review of the case.
“We were able to get Ms. Bialik on the next flight to Los Angeles and we are reviewing what happened with our team in Houston,” a spokesman confirmed.