Woman Charged With Assaulting Plane Passenger Whose Kids Kicked Her Seat

“You do what you got to do," suspect told authorities

Image Credits: Multnomah County Sheriff.

A woman was arrested and hit with a felony assault charge after allegedly attacking a fellow plane passenger whose kids had kicked her seat during a flight, according to officials.

Daydrena Jaslin Walker-Williams, 29, was onboard a Spirit Airlines plane that had landed at Portland International Airport on Sunday when the incident unfolded, Oregon Live reports.

Walker-Williams removed her luggage from an overhead bin before punching Nataly Hernandez “2 to 3 times in the face with her fist,” a complaint states.

The suspect told police “she was upset Ms. Hernandez’s children kicked the back of her seat, and stated she told Ms. Hernandez ‘to tell her kids to stop it.’”

Walker-Williams claims Hernandez ignored her request and then “hit her on the shoulder,” but she did not notify flight attendants about the alleged physical contact because her “first reaction was to fight.”

Witnesses told police they did not see the shoulder contact, but did see Walker-Williams strike Hernandez, who suffered injuries to her lip and head.

“You do what you got to do,” Walker-Williams told authorities.

She was charged with felony assault in the fourth degree and harassment by the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office.


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