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Woman sues American Airlines claims flight attendant threatened her, locked the dog in the bathroom

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A Florida woman is suing American Airlines, claiming compensation from an airline flight attendant, verbally abused her and locked her in an emotional support dog in an airplane bathroom.

Avigail Diveroli, was traveling with her husband, her 87-year-old grandfather, and her emotional support dog, Simba, from Miami to Los Angeles in the month of April, when the alleged incident took place.

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According to the court documents, obtained by ABC News, Diveroli, who was pregnant at the time and suffering from severe anxiety, she called the airline two times before her flight to confirm that Simba would be able to sit in business class with her. She was reportedly told she could not bring the dog onto the plane.

“It’s a terrible thing that AA has to see the mental health problems of a passenger, will be ignored in their own carrier, in the contract with the passenger, and a violation of every standard of decency.”

— Lawsuit to be filed by or on behalf of Avigail Diveroli

Diveroli was said to be in a position to the board of directors, and her family, and her dog. They took their seats in business class, no problem.

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However, during the flight, the woman claiming to be a flight attendant noticed her dog, in her kennel and screamed at her and threatened her with arrest, as soon as the plane landed. The supervisor, who as Regina’s in the suit, is said to have said that it is against Federal Aviation Administration regulations to have a dog as well.

Regina later took up appointment with Also in and opened the “the door to the bathroom,” ABC News reported. The flight attendant will also be locked at the end of the internet for the remaining hour of the flight.

Also, reportedly, been locked in the bathroom for an hour, an American Airlines flight attendant on a flight from Miami to L. A. back in April.
(Avigail Diveroli Lawyer, Andrew Raikhelson)

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Diveroli also claims in the suit that the supervisor is “forcefully demoted” to the women of the business class at your seat midflight, and after ordering her to lock up, Also in the bathroom.”

The woman was reportedly escorted from the flight by police after the plane landed at LAX, but they later concluded that they had not committed a crime.

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“It’s a terrible thing that AA has to see the mental health problems of a passenger, will be ignored in their own carrier, in the contract with the passenger, and a violation of every standard of decency,” the suit said.

The woman was reportedly escorted from the flight by police after the plane landed at LAX, but they later concluded that they had not committed a crime.
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Diveroli has been in search of a claim in excess of $75,000 and a jury trial, according to the lawsuit. Diveroli’s attorney, had no further comment on the matter.

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American Airlines did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment. According to the website of the airline, it’s an emotional support animal per passenger is allowed on a flight as long as it is small enough to fit on the passenger’s lap, under the seat or in a kennel that fits under the seat in front of you.

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