Arielle Jean Jackson, 32, (pictured) was arrested Saturday afternoon and charged with aggravated assault after she allegedly struck a Southwest flight attendant in the head with her closed fist
A Southwest flight attendant became the latest victim of an unruly passenger after she was was attacked during the boarding process at a Texas airport.
Arielle Jean Jackson, 32, was arrested Saturday afternoon and charged with aggravated assault after she allegedly 'struck the flight attendant with a closed fist on the head'.
Dallas police said the suspect and Southwest employee had engaged in a verbal dispute that ultimately turned physical.
The flight attendant was taken to a nearby hospital in stable condition.
Southwest confirmed to DailyMail.com that the unidentified crew member was released last night and is currently at home resting.
The air carrier has wished her a 'speedy and full recovery' and said she is in their thoughts and prayers.
Officers were called to Dallas Lovefield Airport around 12:40pm after Jackson allegedly verbally and physically assaulted Southwest employees.
Police said the incident took place while Jackson was