An unidentified man reportedly yelled at Ivanka Trump, who was traveling on a plane with her husband Jared Kushner and their three children, on Dec. 22.
An unidentified passenger told TMZ that a JetBlue flight was in the process of departing JFK airport in New York when the man spoke of Ivanka's father, President-elect Donald Trump, saying: "Your father is ruining the country. Why is she on our flight? She should be flying private."
For reasons unknown, Ivanka and her family were traveling in coach, rather than in first class or on a private jet. Ivanka reportedly tried to distract her children with crayons while the passenger was escorted off the flight.
"You're kicking me off for expressing my opinion?" the passenger allegedly asked the JetBlue crew.
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Matthew Lasner tweeted a message about the incident on Dec. 22 and later took it down, but not before Mediaite.com reporter Alex Griswold grabbed a screenshot and subsequently reposted it:
Ivanka and Jared on our flight. My husband expressed displeasure in a calm tone. JetBlue staff overheard, and they kicked us off the plane.
TMZ posted a picture of Ivanka on the plane, and credited Lasner's Twitter handle.
ABC News tweeted: "JetBlue removes passenger and his husband from flight after passenger was accused of harassing Ivanka Trump," and included a statement from the airline that said the flight crew has the option of removing a passenger for causing conflict.
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In more Ivanka news, an artist has demanded she remove his work from her apartment walls, notes Bloomberg News.
The Halt Action Group -- created by artists, dealers, psychoanalysts and collectors -- started a "Dear Ivanka" campaign on Instagram to protest her father's policies and her alleged hypocrisy.
As part of the HAG campaign, artist Alex Da Corte wrote on Instagram: "Dear @Ivankatrump please get my work off of your walls. I am embarrassed to be seen with you."
Artist Alex Israel wrote: "Please stand with artists and so many people around the world who believe that America means equality for all people."