Apparently annoyed by people filming her she appears to then spit on the person in front.
JetBlue flight 1954 was headed to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport from Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan in a almost three-hour flight when the passenger gave birth, airline spokeswoman Tamara Young told WPLG.
Then, looking annoyed and possibly sensing she is being filmed, Gonzalez screams, "You want to make this viral b--s?" and spits at the passenger in front of her.
After leaving the flight declaring she'd be "in Vegas in an hour", Gonzalez then attempted to re-enter the plane, but was refused entry by a JetBlue agent who she then hit over the head, before being arrested at the airport for battery.
The woman was overheard yelling "I'm not sitting next to a f--ing three-year-old".
Gonzalez is later seen asking a flight attendant what she did wrong. Gonzalez said she had been drinking and so didn't want to be sat there.
Valerie Gonzalez, 32, was on a flight from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to Las Vegas and had been "drinking all day" when she discovered she was sat next to a child. F*** all ya'll, ' she says as she walks down the aisle. [Expletive] all y'all. My mom's gonna be so proud of me tomorrow.
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She shouted "Vegas, baby!"
"Alright, I'll get my bags".
Gonzalez was removed from the plane, but the situation continued to escalate.
CBS Miami reports that she then tried to get back on to the JetBlue flight and hit a member of airport staff for trying to block her.
Gonzalez soon realized she was being recorded.
"Flight 1954 from San Juan to Fort Lauderdale was met by emergency medical services following the onboard delivery of our youngest customer to date", the airline wrote in a statement.