Lena Dunham called out to American Airlines after she overheard two flight attendants "having a transphobic talk." On Tuesday, the "Girls" star took to Twitter to share her ordeal at the JFK International Airport after her flight was delayed.

Dunham shared a private chat message with American Airlines where she informed the company about two of its attendants talking about transgender kids and the reason why they would not accept one. The airline later responded to Dunham's complaint, asking for further details about the incident.

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Before sharing the messages exchanged with the airline, Dunham tweeted: "Not gonna call out the airline who delayed cuz shit happens BUT I did just overhear 2 @AmericanAir attendants having a transphobic talk."

In another tweet, she wrote: "At this moment in history we should be teaching our employees about love and inclusivity @AmericanAir. That was the worst part of this night."

Earlier, Dunham expressed her frustration when American Airlines made their passengers wait for about an hour after boarding and then asked them to get off the airplane.

International Business Times reached out to American Airlines for further comments on the incident but has not received any response so far.

Dunham's experience at the JFK airport was not favorable and the star made it clear in her tweets Tuesday.

"If you wanna know somebody's truth, watch them reckon with a flight that's been delayed 4 hours," she wrote in a tweet, while another read: "My airport behavior, I must concede, has been outwardly polite but extremely self-destructive (food wise)."

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Last month, President Donald Trump took the nation by storm when he announced the U.S. military would no longer “accept or allow” transgender people.

“After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military. Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail. Thank you,” the president wrote in three tweets early Wednesday.

Most recently, American Airlines came under fire after a woman was forced to sit next to a man who masturbated while she slept during a flight to Paris. The incident was reported on July 10 when Chloe King of New York shared details about the incident in a post for Medium entitled “We’ve Now Reached Creeping Altitude.”

“I woke up right before landing to have a flight attendant call me to the back of the plane and inform me that the man sitting next to me had been masturbating beside me while I slept,” she wrote at the time. “The woman to his other side saw it and happened and asked to be moved and the French police had been notified to arrest the man upon landing – they just wanted to let me know.”