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I did nothing wrong: This Instagram fitness model vows to never fly American Airlines again
Model Jen Selter attends the Revolve Summer Splash Party at the Revolve Hamptons House on Saturday, July 9, 2016, in New York. (Photo by Scott Roth/Invision/AP) - photo by Herb Scribner
Instagram fitness model Jen Selter tweeted a video of an American Airlines flight attendant asking her to leave a plane.

Selter said she got involved in an argument with a flight attendant who told her to remain seated after she stood up to stretch since she had been on a flight from Miami to New York, which had been delayed for two hours, according to CBS New York.

Police officers removed both Selter and two others from the plane.

I did nothing wrong, reads one of her tweets.

American Airlines calls the shots, an officer said in one of the clips. They dont want you to fly on their plane today.

American Airlines offered Setler a hotel room and transportation, but she declined both, CBS New York reported.

She told Page Six she's done with the airline.

"I will never ever fly American Airlines again," she said. "Ive seen cops come onto flights. But they shouldnt kick people off unless something is actually dangerous."

American Airlines sent a statement to Business Insider.

"Ms. Selter was asked to leave the aircraft after a disagreement occurred Saturday night at Miami International Airport (MIA), the statement said. American offered her hotel accommodations and transportation, which she declined. She flew on American Sunday morning back to New York (LGA) arriving around 8:30 a.m. ET yesterday morning."

Selter's removal comes just a few weeks after model Chrissy Teigens tweets over a fight on a different carrier went viral, though for a different reason. As the Deseret News explained, Teigen spent eight hours on a flight to nowhere, which traveled four hours toward Japan before turning back to Los Angeles. The plane turned around after a passenger boarded the wrong flight.

Several stories broke last summer of passengers being removed from airplanes. Back in April, United Airlines forcibly removed Dr. David Dao after he refused to leave his flight.