Camilia McMillie Wiki – Camilia McMillie Bio
Camilia McMillie, An Alabama woman was arrested and charged Tuesday, December 20, after she allegedly threw a computer monitor at an American Airlines employee at Miami-Dade International Airport.
Camilia McMillie faces charges of aggravated assault, criminal mischief, and disorderly conduct. McMillie, from Birmingham, was reportedly traveling from Alabama to New York City, with a layover in Miami. She checked into her flight at gate D-39 after she was rebooked due to missing her previous flight. Miami police said she became “irritated and started yelling” after noticing her two youngest children had wandered off, People reported.
Camilia McMillie is 25 years old.
Throws Computers at Airport Staff & Arrested
Camilia McMillie was charged with felony aggravated assault and criminal mischief, as well as misdemeanor disorderly conduct, the Miami-Dade Police Department confirmed.
The children had gone to the bathroom, but a witness told WSVN that her disappearance caused McMillie to go into “panic mode.” The desperate mother began looking for her children and even asked airport security to help her find them. Video of the incident has since gone viral showing McMillie pulling a boarding pass reader from a wooden counter, damaging both the area and the equipment itself.
According to a Miami-Dade Police Department (MDPD) statement shared with PEOPLE, Camilia McMillie, 25, of Birmingham, was traveling from Alabama to New York City with a layover in Miami.
McMillie reportedly “became enraged and started yelling” after noticing her two youngest children had wandered off unannounced to use the nearby restrooms while she was with the gate agent to check in for her flight that was later booked. that she lost the previous one.
An MDPD report said McMillie was detained by Customs and Border Protection officers after the event as she awaited the arrival of Miami-Dade police officers, who then detained her.
McMillie was charged with felony aggravated assault and criminal mischief, as well as misdemeanor disorderly conduct. She is currently being held at a Miami-Dade County jail as of Wednesday afternoon on a $4,500 bond, according to jail records. It is not clear if McMillie has retained an attorney who can speak on her behalf.