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Hughes had left the plane to check if they started unloading asphalt bags after the February flight to George Bush Intercontinental Airport when Davao started screaming for her to come back. Hughes asked for a supervisor, then called the police.  Gave told the staff that she had told Hughes to "stop making a glimpse of monkeys," but denied telling her to "stop making monkey faces." Two witnesses backed Hughes' two accusations, Smith said.
The charge against Davon was filed at the Houston Municipal Court.
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In a statement by United Airlines, they said that Davono was "detained" by a post-incident on Feb. 26, and the airline is investigating. "After completing the investigation, we will take all appropriate corrective actions up to and including termination," the statement said. "At United, we proudly adhere to the highest standards of professionalism and we have zero tolerance for any kind of discrimination."