A woman says that she was stalked by an American Airlines employee during her flight and she’s suing the company for not taking her complaint seriously.
Ashley Barno said she received mysterious texts as she boarded a flight at San Diego International Airport in April. . .
That’s when he told her that his name was “Ahmed” and that he worked for the airlines. She believes he obtained her phone number from the luggage tag on her carry-on bag.
“I am on board now. Are you going to Chicago too??” he texted after they boarded. . .
“Just knowing that he knew what I looked like, and that we were in an enclosed flight, on an enclosed plane, and there’s no way out, like, really really scared me,” she told NBC-7 in New York.
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