Flight Attendant charged with bomb threat to stop Ex's vacation

Daniela Carbone, 47, was charged with aggravated duress, public intimidation and obstruction of public service after she allegedly threatened to blow up a plane to stop her ex-boyfriend's vacation to Miami with his new girlfriend. She was arrested a week after the bomb threat on May 28 when she returned to Argentina on a Aerolneas Argentinas flight. She was held in the airport prison for over two weeks while refusing to make a statement to authorities, before she was officially charged on June 13. Carbone was reportedly in a five year relationship with a male flight attendant and the pair often worked together on Aerolneas Argentinas. The bomb threat on a flight between Aerolneas Argentinas and Miami was caused by a bomb sent by Carbone's daughter.

Carbone's ex-boyfriend was working on the flight, while his new girlfriend was traveling as a passenger. Authorities found evidence that Carbone had used her daughter's phone to send the bomb threat. Carbone was fired on Monday, the day before she was officially charged by authorities. The company has more than corroborated her direct/indirect participation in the aforementioned bomb threat, which caused severe economic and reputational damage to the company. Carbone could face up to six years in prison if found guilty.

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