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VIDEO: Police Arrest Entitled Woman Who Made All Other Plane Passengers Get Off

Safira Allen was arrested for trespassing after her livestreamed tirade.

Atlanta, GA – A livestreamed rant by an entitled passenger on Spirit Airlines has gone viral after she refused to leave the plane and all the passengers had to exit so she could be arrested.

Passenger Safira Allen had missed an earlier flight from Atlanta to Las Vegas on May 1.

Airline officials said that Allen then ran down the boarding ramp of another Spirit flight to Las Vegas and took one of those seats even though she didn’t have a ticket for it, according to WLS-TV.

When the gate agent tried to remove her, Allen refused and then posted the events on Facebook Live. (video below)

Allen’s rant has generated 4.2 million views on Facebook as of May 14.

At one point, an officer tried to talk her out of the seat and she refused.

“You can talk to me right here,” Allen said. “That’s the trick. They tell you to get up then they snatch you up.”

At one point, she questioned how the airline could call itself Spirit, according to WLS.

“Y’all going to use Jesus’ name, the Holy Spirit? That’s got to change, y’all need to be called something else,” Allen said. “Y’all need to change y’all name because nothing Holy Spirit about this airline.”

Allen said repeatedly she wouldn’t leave the plane during her rant.

“I’m not getting off this plane to negotiate with no terrorists,” Allen said. “They are the terrorists. They terrorize me in my own country.”

As passengers were leaving, Allen said, “If I can’t go to Las Vegas, Nevada, neither can y’all.”

Then she insulted one passenger saying, “I don’t give a s**t about your bald a*s, neither lady.”

Then she taunted another passenger who had to leave.

“You know what deplane means? You want me to Google it for ya?” Allen said.

Atlanta police eventually removed Allen from the plane.

Allen later apologized on her Facebook page, according to WLS.

She said that Atlanta police arrested her for trespassing.

You can see clips from the livestream below:

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