Bobby Brown Ordered Off Plane Due To 'Intoxication'


Bobby Brown was taken off an airplane Monday because he was suspected of being drunk.

JetBlue told TMZ the 50-year-old singer was “removed from the aircraft prior to departure after crew members observed indications of intoxication. The decision to remove a customer from a flight is not taken lightly.”

The airline said Brown was offered a seat on a later flight but declined.

Brown boarded the flight from Los Angeles to Boston when he had some kind of altercation with flight attendants, according to the report. Passengers were ordered off the plane.

Witnesses said Brown screamed at police officers that was trying to get to his brother’s funeral. (His brother Tommy died in 2016.) He was not allowed back on the flight, which was delayed almost an hour.

TMZ reported that some passengers believe the JetBlue crew overreacted and that Brown was not disruptive.