Canadian senator Rod Zimmer’s years-younger wife Maygan Sensenberger charged; with disrupting an Air Canada flight. The 23-year-old was alleged of threatening to take the plane down following an argument with 69-year-old hubby she claimed to be in medical distress.
The Canadian senator A. A. Zimmer was aboard the said plane Thursday with Maygan Sensenberger, 46 years his junior; when the two had a heated argument. Maygan, who according to a Saskatoon Police spokesperson may have been drinking; told other passengers that her politician husband was in medical distress.
Alyson Edwards further conveyed that the 23-year-old then allegedly began threatening; to take down the plane. However, added Edwards, the aircraft was never in actual or real danger anyway. The verbal argument between the two, described as of a ‘domestic nature’ by Alyson Edwards, escalated while the plane approaching Saskatoon airport.
Maygan also threated her hubby, in full view of the other passengers aboard the flight. However, the moment the plane touched the ground at Saskatoon; the woman was welcomed by the cops, awaiting her in the lounge. She ended up charged with causing a ‘disturbance’ on a flight as well as endangering the ‘safety of the aircraft.’
Police said neither anyone was injured nor the plane was in (any) danger. Sensenberger was scheduled for her appearance in a court again on Monday. Meanwhile, the Manitoba politician and Maygan had wedded on 27 August in Ottawa (Ontario) last year.