Touching the feet of a flight attendant on the plane, this man is threatened with 20 years in prison : Okezone Travel

LEON Anderson pleaded guilty to charges of harassing a person air hostess. The US Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Arkansas said in a news release. Anderson is from Maumelle, a city outside Little Rock, Arkansas, United States.

The 40-year-old is accused of sexually assaulting a flight attendant on his way from Charlotte last year. He now faces up to two decades in prison.

“The incident occurred during a roughly two-hour flight from Charlotte Douglas International Airport to Little Rock on February 11, 2020,” prosecutors said.

The flights were operated by PSA Airlines, which flies under the name American Eagle, a subsidiary of American Airlines.

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The chronology of events begins when a flight attendant is walking in the cabin aisle before takeoff. It was then that Anderson suddenly felt his leg.

Surprised, the flight attendant turned around, and Anderson apologized. He said it was a mistake,” the prosecutor said.

But minutes later, Anderson reportedly put his arm around the flight attendant’s shoulder and tried to grab her by the waist while apologizing again. However, unwanted ‘touches’ did not stop.

“The flight attendant continued her duties, but Anderson made inappropriate sexual comments to the flight attendant and ended up sexually touching the flight attendant twice more,” prosecutors said.

The flight attendant finally informed the captain pilot, who proceeded to contact law enforcement officials.

A judge indicted Anderson in October on one count of sexually abusive on a plane. The man also pleaded guilty to the charges filed by the prosecutor. A federal judge has yet to set a date for Anderson’s verdict.

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“He faces up to 20 years in prison, a $250,000 fine and three years of release from custody,” prosecutors said.

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