Rosetta Swinney, 53, was removed from a Frontier Airlines flight from Las Vegas before take-off after she became disruptive. Swinney complained to crew members after her 14-year-old daughter sat in her seat and found that it was soiled with vomit. The flight was already delayed because it needed to be cleaned. The airline offered Swinney and her daughter cleaning products and another seat once everyone had boarded. However, Swinney claims that a flight attendant refused to clean the vomit, and she argued with the crew to give them an empty seat.
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