Tara Reid was removed from a cross-country flight prior to take-off following an angry outburst on Monday.
The US site claims the 42-year-old actress was aboard a Delta flight which was heading from Los Angeles to NY.
According to TMZ, Reid caused a disturbance as she claimed she was given the wrong seat.
Flight attendants attempted to calm her down, the outlet further reports.
Police were not called, and Reid caught another flight, USA Today reported.
Fans of Tara know this isn't the first time she's faced scrutiny.
The 42-year-old explained to TMZ that she was upset when she found out she didn't have a window seat like she thought.
A rep for the "Sharknado" star confirmed to the newspaper that Reid was removed from the plane, scheduled to leave Los Angeles for NY. Additionally, the actress was also reportedly bothered by the fact that a fellow passenger in front of her had a reclined seat.
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"Delta apologizes to the remaining customers for the inconvenience and appreciates their patience as the situation was resolved", Kang added.
A Delta spokesperson tells TMZ that the flight eventually took off, while Reid boarded a different flight.
The Sharknado star sparked concerns for her wellbeing in August when she appeared to slur her speech and squint heavily during Australian TV interviews.
Tara was told to leave, and she complied.
She added, "Of course everyone made a big deal about it..."
A rep for Reid didn't immediately respond to a HuffPost request for comment.
Following the incident, Reid shared a photo of herself back at work on Tuesday on the set of the film the "Fifth Borough".