Three glasses of wine and some sleeping pills did not make for a restful flight from Charlotte to London for Sarah Buffett, a corporate and immigration partner at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough.

Buffett, 41, was arrested Wednesday after she became unruly on a trans-Atlantic flight from Charlotte to London. The plane, carrying 267 passengers, was diverted over Nova Scotia after Buffett needed to be physically restrained for becoming aggressive with crew members, damaging her first-class seat and triying to break a window with a remote control for an in-flight entertainment system, according to reports by the Philadelphia Inquirer and Charlotte Observer.

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