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Stephen Amell Asked to Leave Flight After Fight With Wife Latest News

Stephen Amell Asked to Leave Flight After Fight With Wife Latest News

VANCOUVER, BC - OCTOBER 22: (L-R) Actors Cassandra Jean and Stephen Amell arrive on the green carpet for the Celebration of the 100th Episode of CW's "Arrow" at the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel on Oct 22, 2016 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. (Photo by Phillip Chin/Getty Images)

His view of the tale. Stephen Amell discussed rumors that he was “forcibly displaced” from a flight following an asserted intoxicated fight with his wife, Cassandra Jean Amell.

After many outlets proclaimed that the 40-year-old star was conducted off a flight from Austin to Los Angeles on Monday, June 22, supporting his debut at the ATX Television Festival across the weekend, Stephen chose to Twitter.

“My partner and I got into a dispute Monday evening on a Delta flight from Austin to LA. I was summoned to drop my voice, and I did. About 10 minutes following, I was requested to leave the flight,” he posted on Twitter on Tuesday, June 23. “And I did so quickly. I was not effectively eliminated.”

The recent Arrow actor continued, “I rebooked personally on a Southwest plane 2 hours following and went to a house without any additional problem. I let my emotions receive the greater of me, end of the tale.”

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A spokes guy for Delta proved to Us Weekly that the plane was suspended because of an unnamed “forward traveler.”

Stephen and Cassandra, 35, who married in 2012, share girl Maverick, 7. The pair shared pictures from their journey to Austin before their problem going home.

Last month, the couple documented their family holiday in the Maldives.

In the different picture from the sand, Stephen poured, “Being a Dad is a pleasure because, amongst other stuff, it’s the biggest thing I will always do.”

This month, Stephen created captions when Netflix obtained the claims to the forthcoming Code 8 series with the character and his relative Robbie Amell.

The past CW actor praised the series news by Twitter, typing, “We’re going to do the thing we repeatedly did.”

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