Passenger caught smoking threatens to 'kill everybody' on flight

Curbello was restrained by passengers and flight crew before being escorted off the plane and arrested upon landing, according to KOIN 6 News.

"I have a destination for myself, and I need to go there", Curbello says in a video taken by another passenger (above). However, in the interview, Curbelo couldn't pinpoint anything that was actually making her anxious, and she also provided no explanation for why she threatened to kill everybody on the plane if it did not immediately land. "I swear if you don't. land, I will f--ing kill everybody on this f--ing plane!"

"You were saying some pretty threatening things like you were going to kill everybody on the plane, why did you say that?", Thompson asked.

The passenger had tampered with a bathroom smoke detector, and a flight attendant caught her smoking a cigarette, the airline told Business Insider.

"Our reports from Flight Attendants indicate a Customer violated federal laws by both smoking onboard an aircraft and by tampering with a smoke detector in an aircraft restroom".

A passenger recorded her outburst once she was returned to her seat.

"The safety of our Crew and Passengers is our top priority and we take all threats seriously", it noted.

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Valerie Curbelo, 24, was arrested for the incident.

The passengers and crew then managed to control Curbelo for 30 minutes, until the flight landed.

"I don't know", Curbelo replied.

Per the Sacramento Bee, she is being held on $75,000 bail and has been charged with three felony counts of threats to commit a crime resulting in death.

Witnesses say the flight attendants had to force their way into the lavatory in order to remove her.

She told CBS-Sacramento in a Monday report that she smoked in the plane bathroom because of anxiety.

The station also announced that Curbelo is now booked in the Sacramento county jail for making criminal threats.