Kim Zolciak And Daughter Brielle Biermann Get The 'Police Involved' And Slam Delta Airlines After The Whole Family Gets Kicked Off Flight!
According to Kim Zolciak and her daughter, Brielle Biermann, they, alongside the rest of their family members were kicked off a Delta Airlines flight from L.A. to Atlanta this past weekend! As a result, they took to social media to out the company. Here’s what they had to say!
Naturally, the women are very frustrated about the situation and it is safe to say that they will never fly with Delta ever again!
The reality TV celebs told all about it on their Twitter accounts, ranting over what happened to them.
Brielle said that Delta Airlines kicked her whole family off the Los Angeles – Atlanta flight because they were waiting for the dad, Kroy Biermann, who was still held up at security.
The reason why that happened was because he was still waiting to be allowed to get on with their service dog.
Now, Kim says the police is involved!
‘Tommy at gate 27 delta LAX just kicked my WHOLE FAMILY OFF the flight to ATL bc we were waiting on my dad with our service dog to finish going thru security and kJ and kash started crying bc they thought we left him and Kaia was literally S***ING AND HE KICKED US OFF!!!!! WTF,’ Brielle tweeted.
Of course, she was referring to her younger siblings who were apparently really scared and crying during the incident.
Then, the mother also took to the same platform, retweeting her daughter's now-deleted post and adding: ‘Unacceptable @Delta but police are now involved,’ obviously outraged.
Delta then responded and encouraged the Don’t Be Tardy matriarch to reach out to them via DMs.
While it’s still unclear if Kim did that or not, the following day, Brielle told her followers that ‘GUESS WHAT. IM LEAVIGGGG FINALLLYYY!!!!!!!!’
After the news made headlines, Delta officially addressed the situation, claiming that, upon providing the proper paperwork for the emotional support animal, Kim’s husband was too late to board the plane as he ‘arrived at the gate after the aircraft door was shut.’