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The black doctor who accused American Airlines of racism after she was removed from her plane and told to cover up her 'assets' with a blanket before re-boarding has doubled down on her furious criticism of the airline, insisting that she was targeted by staff because of her race and size.
Appearing on GMA on Thursday morning, Tisha Rowe, 37, a doctor and mother-of-one from Houston, Texas, recalled the 'humiliation' that she felt when she was asked to leave the flight bound for Miami from Jamaica, on which she was traveling with her eight-year-old son.
'I was so humiliated, I walked down the aisle with my head down,' she said of the incident, which became a viral scandal when Tisha spoke out about it on Twitter on June 30, after arriving back home from her vacation.
Outrage: The doctor who accused American Airlines of racism after she was told to 'cover up her assets' in this romper has doubled down on her furious criticism of the airline
Speaking out: Appearing on GMA on Thursday morning, Dr. Tisha Rowe, 37, who is from Houston, Texas, demanded an official explanation from the airline as to why she was targeted
Upset: Recalling the incident, Tisha, who was traveling with her eight-year-old son, said she was 'so humiliated' and couldn't bring herself to look at any of the other passengers
'I didn't want to see another passenger's face.'