This is not the first time Mallory has spoken out about American Airlines on Twitter.
Both Mallory and the airline agreed that it began with a seat-change mix-up.
Tamika Mallory was eager to get back home to NY, to witness the nuptials of good friend, daughter of Al Sharpton, and fellow activist Dominique Sharpton.
However, when she got to the gate, she says she was given a new ticket that put her back in the middle seat.
As Mallory waited for an explanation, she said the gate agent brushed off her concerns and asked if she had paid for the seat upgrade. And, she did so, at a kiosk in the airport.
"'Are you gonna behave, '" Mallory tweeted he asked her.
A NY activist and Women's March co-founder was kicked off of a flight on Sunday after a dispute over seats. "The issue is not even about the seat". "It was so egregious, if you will, and there was no way that I could allow it to happen without me saying something".
Accepting that her seat was to be in the middle, Mallory, assuming the incident was over, carried on towards the plane. He didn't say anything then, but stopped Mallory later as she was boarding the plane.
Though frustrated and still stuck in a middle seat, she assumed the dispute with the customers service representative was over, until she was approached by a pilot who overheard the exchange.
Mallory said she was taken aback and told the pilot he had walked out only at the end of the conversation. I told him I felt completely disrespected. "Actually, I'm fine. But I will write my complaint down", Mallory said.
"You're going to get yourself a one-way ticket off of this plane", she said he responded.
"Then he said to me, 'Can you get on this flight?"
"You are nearly silenced as a customer on airlines".
Over the weekend, Women's March co-founder and activist Tamika Mallory attended the Revolt Music Festival, which she posted on Facebook made her feel like "we're going to be OK after all".
'I said, "No, I'm not. Not one. The next thing I know my name was called twice, full name, from the loudspeaker". Then, the pilot pointed to the activist and said: "her, off". There was nothing else to discuss at that point.
"She [the ticketing agent] took the ticket, scanned it, ripped it in half, and a new ticket printed out", Mallory said, adding that it was an "automatic situation". No reason. I was disrespected.
"The American team does not tolerate discrimination of any kind", said spokesman Ross Feinstein.
'We take these allegations seriously, and we are in the process of reaching out to our colleagues in Miami, as well as Ms Mallory, to obtain additional information on what transpired during the boarding process, ' Freed told the Daily News. "This was about de-escalating a situation onboard the aircraft". As she asked why and sought to understand the dismissal, officers arrived to escort her away. "Happened to me recently".
She was rescheduled for another American Airlines flight after the incident.
Mallory, a co-chair of the Women's March on Washington, was traveling home to NY when the pilot followed her down the jet bridge to scold her over an argument she had with a gate agent.
Mallory has been active in women's rights, civil rights and other issues.
He then had her summoned from her seat and kicked off the flight, she told the Daily News. "Could I control myself?'" Mallory recounted. I will fight this until I die! "Because I didn't do a g- thing to deserve it. Nothing".