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A TikToker has claimed that she was kicked off a flight for wearing a crop top, saying she was discriminated against for being a ‘fat, tattooed, mixed-race woman.’

Ray Lin Howard, 33, from Fairbanks, Alaska, recorded herself being interviewed by police officers after allegedly being escorted off of an Alaska Airlines flight. On Saturday, she shared the footage on her @fattrophywife TikTok account, where it has been viewed more than 1.3 million times.

In the video, the plus-size rapper and stylist accused Alaska Airlines flight attendants of repeatedly harassing her about her ‘inappropriate’ outfit, which consisted of a crop top and shorts.

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Say what? Ray Lin Howard, 33, from Fairbanks, Alaska, has accused Alaska Airlines flight attendants of harassing and kicking her off of a flight over her crop top

Allegations: The plus-size rapper and stylist claimed she was told her crop top was 'inappropriate' because it showed her stomach

Allegations: The plus-size rapper and stylist claimed she was told her crop top was 'inappropriate' because it showed her stomach

Allegations: The plus-size rapper and stylist claimed she was told her crop top was ‘inappropriate’ because it showed her stomach

‘I’m being harassed and now I’m being detained,’ she told the police officers. ‘I wore an outfit. That’s what happened.’

Ray explained that she was wearing a sports bra when she was asked by a flight attendant to put on her shirt, which she did.

‘Then they approached me again, saying I can’t wear this, my stomach is showing, and it’s inappropriate,’ she added.

Cops were called after Ray was approached for the third time and told the airline crew: ‘If you’re going to kick me off, kick me off. I’ve done what you asked me to do. I want you to leave me alone.’

Going viral: On Saturday, she shared a video of herself being escorted off of the flight on her @fattrophywife TikTok account, where it has been viewed more than 1.3 million times

Going viral: On Saturday, she shared a video of herself being escorted off of the flight on her @fattrophywife TikTok account, where it has been viewed more than 1.3 million times

Frustrated: 'I'm being harassed and now I'm being detained,' she told the police officers. 'I wore an outfit. That's what happened'

Frustrated: 'I'm being harassed and now I'm being detained,' she told the police officers. 'I wore an outfit. That's what happened'

Frustrated: ‘I’m being harassed and now I’m being detained,’ she told the police officers. ‘I wore an outfit. That’s what happened’

Outfit in question: Ray was wearing a pink leopard crop top featuring a crew neck and short sleeves

Outfit in question: Ray was wearing a pink leopard crop top featuring a crew neck and short sleeves

The salon worker and recording artist could be heard asked the officers to let her go because she was due to perform at a show.

The officers acknowledged that she didn’t seem to have committed any offenses from what they could gather.

‘I felt like I was being discriminated against for being a fat, tattooed, mixed-race woman, which in turn left me full of emotions like anger, disappointment, helplessness, humiliation, and confusion,’ Ray told Jam Press.

In a follow-up video, Ray revealed the outfit she wore on the flight: a pink leopard print crop top with short-sleeves and a crew neck.

Stressful situation: Ray asked the officers to let her go because she was due to perform at a show, and the acknowledged that she didn't appear to have done anything wrong

Stressful situation: Ray asked the officers to let her go because she was due to perform at a show, and the acknowledged that she didn’t appear to have done anything wrong

Experience: Ray said that she felt 'discriminated against for being a fat, tattooed, mixed-race woman'

Experience: Ray said that she felt 'discriminated against for being a fat, tattooed, mixed-race woman'

Experience: Ray said that she felt ‘discriminated against for being a fat, tattooed, mixed-race woman’

Hard to handle: 'Throughout my life as a fat person, I've had to deal with fatphobia, especially growing up in the Midwest, but not to this degree,' she said

Hard to handle: ‘Throughout my life as a fat person, I’ve had to deal with fatphobia, especially growing up in the Midwest, but not to this degree,’ she said

Backing her up: Ray also shared an Instagram comment from a user who claimed they were on the same flight and 'the only voice I heard raised at all was the flight attendant'

Backing her up: Ray also shared an Instagram comment from a user who claimed they were on the same flight and ‘the only voice I heard raised at all was the flight attendant’

She also shared an Instagram comment from a user who claimed they were on the same flight and ‘the only voice I heard raised at all was the flight attendant,’ though this has not been confirmed.

‘Throughout my life as a fat person, I’ve had to deal with fatphobia, especially growing up in the Midwest, but not to this degree,’ she said.

Eventually, the singer was released and made it to her show.

Ray later claimed that the airline had called her to apologize and offered a discount code for future purchases, which she called ‘hilarious’ in a TikTok video.

The alleged incident comes a month after TikTok user Sierra Steadman, accused an Alaskan Airlines flight attendant of ‘slut shaming’ her while threatening to kick her off the plane over her outfit β€” a zip-up hoodie worn over a crop top and shorts.

Accusations: The alleged incident comes a month after TikTok user Sierra Steadman, accused an Alaskan Airlines flight attendant of 'slut shaming' her over her outfit

Accusations: The alleged incident comes a month after TikTok user Sierra Steadman, accused an Alaskan Airlines flight attendant of ‘slut shaming’ her over her outfit

Pattern? The high school volleyball player from Washington said she was wearing a baggie zip-up hoodie, a crop top, and shorts when she was threatened with being kicked off of the plane

Pattern? The high school volleyball player from Washington said she was wearing a baggie zip-up hoodie, a crop top, and shorts when she was threatened with being kicked off of the plane

On July 31, the high school volleyball player from Washington shared a heartbreaking video of herself sobbing in her seat with mascara running down her face after the alleged altercation.

‘I’ve never felt more degraded, ashamed, embarrassed, angry, or sad. F ALASKA AIRLINES!!!!!!!’ she captioned the video, which has been viewed more than 14.8 million times.

After Ray’s experience, Sierra, whose handle is @sierrasteadman, made a TikTok video supporting the singer and said: ‘This should not be happening numerous amounts of times.

‘It should not even be happening once.’

DailyMail.com has reached out to Alaska Airlines for comment.

Plus-size woman claims Alaska Airlines attendants kicked her off of a flight for wearing a crop top

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