Maxwell Berry Wiki – Maxwell Berry Biography
Maxwell Berry is an Ohio man who was duct-taped by crew members on a Frontier Airlines flight to Florida after he was accused of assaulting and groping three flight attendants. On a flight from Philadelphia to Miami on July 31, 2021, the incident was caught on video.
Berry is facing multiple misdemeanor charges, the Miami-Dade Police Department said. According to police, Berry was accused of groping two female flight attendants and punching a male flight attendant in the face, according to police. He was seen on the now-viral video screaming during the incident that his parents are worth “two million goddamn dollars.”
He is 22 years old.
Max Berry was on Frontier Airlines Flight 2289 from Philadelphia to Miami, which left Philadelphia about 10:40 p.m. on Saturday and landed in Florida two hours and 37 minutes later, according to a police report obtained by The New York Times. Police said in the statement that Berry had consumed two alcoholic beverages on the flight and ordered his third drink.
According to police, Berry touched a flight attendant’s butt with his empty cup, and she told him, “don’t touch me.” Police said in its report that Berry spilled his third drink on himself and went to the bathroom from seat 28D and emerged from there with no shirt on. Police said a flight attendant told him he needed to be fully dressed and helped him find a sweater in his carry-on.
While walking around the cabin, Berry is accused of groping the breasts of another flight attendant before being told not to touch her and sit down, police said. Berry is also accused of grabbing her breasts a second time and also groping the breasts of the other flight attendant. According to the video and the police report, a male flight attendant tried to get Berry to sit down, and Berry punched him with a closed fist. He was then restrained.
Maxwell Berry Duct-Taped
According to the police report, Berry was restrained by passengers and crew members using duct tape and seatbelt extenders. He was arrested when the plane landed at Miami International Airport.
Frontier Airlines received backlash after saying in its initial statement that the crew members who restrained Berry had been suspended pending an investigation. The information said, “The flight attendants will be, as required in such circumstances, relieved of flying pending completion of an investigation.”
Berry was charged with three misdemeanor counts of battery. According to police, the FBI declined to investigate the case for potential felony federal charges. According to online court records, he was booked into the Miami-Dade County jail, and his bail was set at $1,500. He is no longer listed in the jail’s inmate database.
According to Florida state law, Berry could face up to a year in jail, along with fines and probation, if convicted of the first-degree misdemeanor battery charges.
According to court records, Berry’s next court date has not been set. It is not known if he has hired an attorney who could speak on his behalf, and he could not be reached for comment. Berry’s family could also not be reached for comment by Heavy.