Woman apologizes for throwing computer monitor at Florida airline worker

Miami, FL - An Alabama woman caught on camera throwing a computer monitor at a South Florida airline worker apologized for her actions following her release from jail on Christmas Eve.

25-year-old Camila McMillie, who was captured on video throwing the monitor at an American Airlines worker at Miami International Airport on Tuesday, was released from custody on Saturday morning. 

McMillie's violent outburst began when she couldn't find her children after missing her connecting flight to New York.

McMillie was captured on video assaulting the airline worker who she'd asked for assistance in locating her two children.

The children, ages 8 and 6, were eventually located after using the restroom without informing their mother. 

When interviewed on Saturday, McMillie offered an apology to the airline worker, telling Local 10 News' Trent Kelly "I'm sorry."

American Airlines confirmed the employee suffered a bruise to her right shoulder as a result of McMillie's outburst.

The airline says damages are estimated to be around $10,000.

Kelly asked McMillie if she regretted assaulting the worker, to which the Alabama mother nodded yes.

McMillie, who's facing charges of aggravated battery, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct, has returned to Alabama pending her next court appearance.

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