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  • Celeb Airplane Antics: Stars' Most Infamous Travel Woes

    TMZ reported Aubrey O'Day has mental health issues that entitle her to fly with her pets in first class on Virgin Atlantic. If you want your furry friends to fly with you, the airline said passengers need a letter saying the "emotional support animal" must accompany the passenger for their mental health.
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  • Plane Crazy

    In Dec., 2011, Alec Baldwin was kicked off an American Airlines flight at Los Angeles International Airport after refusing to turn off his phone. At the time, he was using his phone to play the popular game Words With Friends. Watch more on celeb airplane antics on "20/20" Friday at 10 p.m. ET.
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    A year before Alec Baldwin's phone-on-a-plane kerfuffle, Josh Duhamel was removed from an Air Wisconsin plane in 2010 for refusing to turn off his Blackbery before take off. He later told Access Hollywood that he "learned that it's best to always turn them off."
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    In 2008, Courtney Love was not allowed to board a Virgin Atlantic flight to London after she was found violating anti-smoking laws by smoking in a departure lounge in Los Angeles. It wasn't Love's first run-in with Virgin Atlantic. In 2003, she was arrested upon arriving in London for allegedly being "verbally abusive" to a cabin crew. She was detained for 12 hours and released with a warning.
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    Christian Slater was arrested in 1994 for carrying a 9-millimeter pistol into New York's JFK Airport Delta Air Lines terminal. He was later sentenced to three days of community service. He is pictured here departing for New York City on December 1, 1994 at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, Calif.
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  • Celeb Travel Woes

    2006 was not a good travel year for Snoop Dogg. In April 2006, the rapper was arrested for allegedly fighting at London's Heathrow Airport. In September 2006, police found a collapsible baton in his bags at California's John Wayne International Airport and charged him with possessing a deadly weapon. A month later, he was arrested on suspicion of illegal drug and gun possession at Bob Hope Airport
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    Snoop Dogg pled no contest to the charges from the Bob Hope Airport arrest. He pled guilty to the deadly weapon charge following the John Wayne airport arrest. Both pleas resulted in sentences of community service. The Heathrow incident led U.K. officials to refuse to grant Snoop a visa. A judge later overturned that decision, ruling there was no evidence that the rapper caused public disorder.
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    In 2006, British tabloids reported that David Hasselhoff was not allowed to board a British Airways flight because he was drunk. His publicist denied the allegation and told the BBC that after having a bad reaction to antibiotics, Hasselhoff voluntarily chose not to board the plane.
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  • Celeb Travel Woes

    Ivana Trump was forced off a Delta Airlines flight at Palm Beach International Airport in 2009 for screaming at crew members after becoming angry at a group of children running through the first-class cabin.
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    Naomi Campbell was arrested in 2008 for allegedly assaulting police officers at London's Heathrow Airport. She later pled guilty, was fined and sentenced to community service....Naomi Campbell arrives at Uxbridge Magistrates Court on June 20, 2008 in Uxbridge, England facing charges of assaulting two police officers at Heathrow Airport on April 3, 2008.
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    Jonathan Rhys Meyers was arrested after drunkenly threatening French police officers at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport in 2009. Rhys Meyers was later given a one-year suspended sentence and also fined.
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