Florida Woman Kicked Off Flight After Raging at Toddler, Kicking, Hitting & Spitting on Workers

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Another Monday another crazed Florida woman.

Valerie Gonzalez's trip to Las Vegas was cut short after she reportedly got violent on a plane and was carried off the flight. 

The 32-year-old woman boarded JetBlue's flight 7 at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Wednesday night and allegedly got upset when she found out she was seated next to a child. 

Valerie Gonzalez, Crazy Florida Woman

"I'm not sitting next to a (expletive) three-year-old, I've been drinking all day," she said according to CBSMiami. 

She then decided to move seats but had another problem with the people sitting in front of her and continued to shout and cuss at the passengers. 

The flight crew immediately ordered her to get off of the plane and called security. 

And like similar Florida stories...things got real weird. 

Crazy Florida Woman

She continued swearing at the officers, "(expletive) you...I'm getting off the plane. Don't touch my (expletive). I'll get off the plane," according to outstanding cell phone footage. 

And when she finally exited, she gave it one last shot. 

"Oh because I called someone old I get kicked off the (expletive) plane. Bye. Bye, enjoy your self in Vegas babies. Vegas baby, Vegas. I'll be there in an hour." 

She then tried to get back on the plane and when a gate agent blocked her path she hit her, according to the police report. 

A passenger on the plane also reported that Gonzalez hit her on the arm when refusing to switch seats. 

JetBlue

...Someone really doesn't like Valentine's Day. 

Her behavior was so severe that the officers had to cuff both her hands AND her feet. 

The officer noted in the report that they used the restraints to prevent her from kicking people. She was put in a wheelchair and rolled out of the terminal.  

They also reportedly had to get a spit mask, because she was spitting so much.  

Concerning the incident, JetBlue issued the following statement: 

On Thursday, February 14 - during the boarding of flight 7 from Fort Lauderdale to Las Vegas - crewmembers reported a disruptive customer onboard. Local law enforcement was called and the customer was removed from the flight. Additional details should be directed to the Broward County Sheriff's Office.

Valerie Gonzalz

Gonzalez remained calm (and sober) in court Friday morning while the judge set her bond for $1,000. 

She was charged with battery and has since been released.

All because of a seating arrangement. 

She never made it to Vegas. 

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