A Women’s March co-founder was kicked off of an American Airlines flight after an argument about seats with a gate attendant.

Tamika Mallory claimed that she had visited a kiosk at the airport to change her seat on a flight from Miami to New York. Her seat had been a middle seat, and she changed it to an aisle seat. However, when she got to the gate, she was issued a new ticket, with her seat once again in the middle.

Mallory claimed that, at that point, the gate worker got “nasty” and “disrespectful.”

But after the dispute with the gate agent, Mallory was surprised when the pilot came up to her to tell her that the gate worker had “nothing to do” with her seat change and that Mallory was the one being nasty and disrespectful.

While Mallory was able to board her flight and took her seat, when she was seated, her name was called over the loud speaker. When she got to the front of the plane, she was informed that she was being kicked off the flight.

The person she was traveling with, who remained seated throughout the exchange, was also kicked off the flight without explanation.

“Doesn’t matter how much we do and how hard we fight, white men are allowed to treat black women like s***,” she wrote on Twitter after the incident.

Mallory also noted that she had been in contact with other people at American Airlines, and they were on her side.

“Every @AmericanAir rep I’ve talked to told me the pilot mishandled the situation. He had no business getting involved in a seat dispute,” she wrote.

Mallory was also en route to attend the wedding of Al Sharpton‘s daughter, which she ultimately missed.

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