|Former Miss Venezuela Faces Long Prison Term in Texas|
|by Tom McGregor||Mon, Jan 6, 2014, 07:06 PM|
A judge in Texas is telling the ex-Miss Venezuela, "Don't Mess with Texas." She could spend the next few years inside a prison cell for assaulting a stewardess on a flight from Houston to Bogota, Colombia.
The Houston Chronicle is reporting that, "A former Miss Venezuela is set for a federal court trial later this month in Houston after she was accused of causing a disturbance on an airline flight. faces a single-count indictment of interfering with a flight crew attendant. The indictment alleges she intimidated a crew member on a June 6 flight from Houston to Bogota, Colombia."
Carmen Lechin has a lengthy history of violent behavior such as getting arrested for domestic abuse charges in Colorado.
According to the Houston Chronicle, "The indictment further alleges that Lechin caused a disturbance through "abusive language," "assaultive behavior" and by refusing to comply with instructions."
Her trial date has been set for Jan. 27.
To read the entire article from the Houston Chronicle, link here:
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