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United Airlines Facing Lawsuit After Violin Scuffle

United Airlines Facing Lawsuit After Violin Scuffle

United Fleet at Chicago O’Hare. Photo Credit: United Airlines

Nearly two months after United Airlines was in the hot seat for dragging a passenger off of a plane so members of their crew could have a seat on the flight, the airline is facing controversy again—this time over a violin. Yennifer Correia, a classical musician from Memphis, is considering suing United following a confrontation with an airline supervisor ahead of her flight out of Houston Sunday, the Associated Press reported.
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