Instagram Fitness Star Speaks Out After Getting Kicked Off American Airlines Flight

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In the next video, Miami officers can be seen boarding the plane and tell her, "American Airlines calls the shots".

But it appears she was not able to use her influence to diffuse a hostile situation aboard a New York-bound American Airlines plane while travelling with her sister at the weekend, upon which a big argument with cabin crew errupted.

Selter said the woman in the video is "an innocent passenger who on her own made a decision to get off the plane based on how badly American Airlines treated us all". "I did nothing wrong but got kicked off the plane", Selter wrote in her post.

The woman with the Most Instagrammed Butt who was also named as one of Forbes' top social media influencers was on a flight scheduled from Miami to NY.

"People keep asking about the delay".

Selter left Miami on another American Airlines flight, touching base in New York's LaGuardia Airport on Sunday morning, the carrier said.

Selter's specialist, Todd Frank, revealed to ABC News of the episode on the deferred flight, "It's something a ton people can identify with".

An Instagram fitness model was "humiliated" after being removed from an American Airlines flight following a row with staff.

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Multiple videos posted to her Twitter account showed the altercation.

Another passenger can be heard supporting Jen, saying: "You are harassing her".

The 24-year-old, famous for posting workouts and toned selfies to her almost 12 million Instagram followers, was flying with her sister that day.

"I did nothing wrong but got kicked off the plane", she tweeted. They were brought on after she clashed with a flight attendant while the plane was delayed for an hour and a half.

Selter said she was told the flight couldn't leave while she was out of her seat, but there were other passengers in the bathroom.

Jen has not addressed the incident on her Twitter since posting the videos, but did say in a statement to Page Six that the experience was "humiliating".

- Jen Selter (@JenSelter) January 28, 2018Just like that, 5 cops coming at me. They said they "offered her hotel accommodations and transportation, which she declined".

Selter told the New York Post, "They made me feel like a bad person, and I did nothing wrong".

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