The legendary Diana Ross says she feels "violated" by an airport screener who touched her inappropriately after she performed at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
In a series of tweets yesterday, the Motown legend says she blames the TSA for a screening at the New Orleans airport that makes her want to cry. She said she can "still feel her hands" between her legs, front and back.
TSA spokesman Mark Howell told the Associated Press that they are investigating, but its initial video review indicates all protocols were followed. He says the agency is committed to treating all travelers with respect and courtesy.
Ross said on Twitter that she was treated like "royalty" while performing but "treated like "sh--" at the airport.