Stephen Amell Got Kicked Off A Flight For Yelling At His Wife

June 23, 2021 / Posted by:

Even though things are starting to open back up, one thing I’m not looking forward to getting back to is flying, especially knowing that there are rogue CW stars like Arrow’s Stephen Amell out here causing a ruckus. According to Page Six, on Monday, Stephen was escorted off a flight by an air marshal for allegedly yelling at his wife, America’s Next Top Model quitter Cassandra Jean Amell, in a drunken rage. How are we expected to get back to normal when even blandly handsome white men of The CW can’t manage to take off without incident?

Page Six reports:

Amell, who was flying Delta from Austin to Los Angeles after attending the ATX Television Festival over the weekend, was removed after a flight attendant asked him multiple times to calm down as he allegedly screamed at Cassandra Jean Amell while appearing drunk.

We’re told an air marshal and three other flight attendants escorted him off the plane.

After the incident, Cassandra and her companions stayed on the flight and made their way to LA.

A spokesperson for the airline confirmed an incident occurred, telling Page Six in a statement, “Delta flight 966 on June 21 took a brief, eight minute departure delay after an unruly customer was deplaned from the aircraft prior to departure in Austin. The flight arrived ahead of schedule at Los Angeles International Airport.”

Well, at least he didn’t take a shit in the aisle on his way out like he accused his neighbor of doing during a dispute over construction this time last year. You ever stop to think about the thin brown line that separates us from absolute chaos at any given moment? Today, Stephen issued a clarification on Twitter saying he did NOT get escorted off the flight, he escorted himself, thank you very much!

Everybody, please clap for this grown adult man for being able to endure a grueling 3-hour flight without throwing a fit. Thank you, Stephen, for upholding your end of the social contract. Hard to believe that this model of decorum right here was the same one who rushed his then 1-year-old (now 7) daughter Maverick Alexandra out of a restaurant after catching sight of an “incredibly famous young woman” who he described as “an emotional terrorist” for “fear my kid and this overly sexualized velociraptor make eye contact even for the briefest of instances.” Page Six adds:

The “Heels” star made headlines in the fall after he claimed he had “no idea” where he contracted COVID-19, but sources told Page Six that he threw a birthday bash for his wife that same month — a fact he conveniently left out of his coronavirus tale.

“He hosted a … birthday party in Palm Springs,” said a source at the time, although the insider added that it’s not clear if that’s where Amell got it, if he had the disease during the party or if he got it after.

So fair warning, you may be vaccinated against coronavirus, but there’s no known cure for the sexualized velociraptors and emotionally unstable network actors who walk among us.

Pic: Instagram

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