Tara Reid disaster! Actress KICKED off flight for freakish meltdown

Both the airline and a representative for Reid, star of the Sharknado films and American Pie, confirmed to USA Today that she had been removed from a flight from Los Angeles to New York City.

Reid was on a plane from Los Angeles to NY and she caused a serious disturbance right before take-off, prompting the captain to refuse to put the plane in the air until she was de-boarded.

In a video, Tara can be seen being told she had to go and complying with the request.

The pilot of the aircraft had already progressed the plane past the gate, but chose to alter course and head back amid a customer service problem, according to the outlet. She then complained about not having a pillow and feeling cramped since the person in the seat in front of her was reclined. She eventually boarded another flight. "Delta apologizes to the remaining customers for the inconvenience and appreciates their patience as the situation was resolved".

A Delta spokesperson said the plane eventually took off to NY after a short delay.

As Radar readers know, the actress' flight drama comes two months after she was caught slurring her words on camera following a Sharnado promo week.

She later issued a statement referring to the "unfortunate" and "negative" coverage of her press tour, but insisted she was fine, adding, "I am in great spirits and health and I look forward to my future projects and what's in store for me next".

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