"After viewing the video, they demanded that I delete it," Parver said. At that time, another flight attendant accused Parver of wanting to put it up on YouTube, a video-sharing Web site. "I do not even know how to download a video on the Internet," Parver said. A few minutes later she was given a yellow slip of paper notifying Parver to cease her illegal behavior or risk very serious repercussions with the phrase "Interference with an airline crew member" circled. The offense has a maximum punishment of $10,000 in fines and 25 years in jail. Parver said she was escorted off the flight by two police officers, a TSA agent and a JetBlue Airways representative in handcuffs.
The incident occurred in late July, but it's yet to receive much coverage in the way of media coverage.
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