The 23-year-old wife of a 69-year-old Liberal senator has been charged with causing a disruption on a plane that landed in Saskatoon Thursday night.
Maygan Sensenberger, appeared disheveled as she sat in court Friday as she was charged with causing a public disturbance and endangering the safety of an aircraft by committing an act of violence during a flight, the Saskatoon Star Phoenix reported.
Sensenberger married Senator Rod Zimmer of Winnipeg almost one year ago in Ottawa.
The plane’s flight crew called for police to meet them in Saskatoon after a verbal confrontation between the couple, court heard.
Sensenberger also allegedly uttered threats against her husband and “take down the aircraft,” a Crown prosecutor said in court.
She was remanded into custody for the weekend and will make a second court appearance Monday — her one-year wedding anniversary with Zimmer.
Sensenberger’s Facebook page says she lives in Ottawa and was…
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