A Frontier Airlines passenger was removed from a flight and arrested following a confrontation with a flight attendant after she complained about vomit in her daughter's seat. A video was shared online Wednesday showing the incident that took place Saturday on the flight from Las Vegas to North Carolina.

Rosetta Swinney said her flight to Raleigh-Durham had already been delayed so staff could clean the plane but when she boarded the plane, she noticed her daughter’s seat was still dirty.

"She jumped up to say mom! ‘My hands are wet,’” Swinney told local media WTVD-TV. “She smelled it. She says 'this is vomit, mom.' So we went to look. It was on the bag, all over her shirt, her hands.” 

The 53-year-old said she told the flight attendant about it but her requests were ignored following which she had a confrontation with the crew. Following the confrontation, the airline called authorities who handcuffed the woman. Swinney's 14-year-old daughter was heard crying in the video as she watched her mother getting arrested.

"They're going to try and arrest me because they have throw-up on the plane," Swinney is heard saying in the video.  "This is not right. This is not right. All y'all see what happened on that plane. All y'all see what happened on that plane!"

In a statement to the media, the airline said a flight attendant offered to seat Swinney, 53, and her daughter at either end of the plane while the seat was cleaned. However, Swinney disputed the airline’s version of events.

“The mother was unsatisfied with the response and became disruptive,” Frontier said in a statement to Fox News. “As a result, the flight attendants determined that the mother and daughter should be deplaned and accommodated on another flight."

"What really hurt me is for my child to see me getting handcuffed and taken away from her," Swinney told local media WTVD-TV. "Twelve hours I was in jail. Twelve hours."

After getting out of jail, Swinney said she bought a $1,000 flight home through Delta Airlines. Frontier refunded her the cost of the flight.

frontier A Frontier Airlines jet at Philadelphia International Airport, Pennsylvania, June 1, 2018 Photo: DANIEL SLIM/AFP/Getty Images