WARREN — A Somerset County woman is faulting United Airlines for seating and continuing to serve alcohol to a drunk man who groped her in front of her 12-year-old daughter.

Jennifer Rafieyan told the Huffington Post that the flight attendant seated the 64-year-old man who was "visibly drunk" during the flight from Newark to Phoenix in March.

Rafieyan claimed the man rubbed her legs, knee and hands and put his head on her shoulder.

United has been caught in a firestorm of controversy after passenger David Dao was dragged and removed from a full United flight from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky, on Sunday after he refused to give up his seat to make room for four crew members. Dao can be seen in video being pulled from his seat and dragged away by airport police officers.

On the March flight, the woman says the drunk man was served three more whiskey drinks and a small bottle of wine.

The airline sent her four $100 travel vouchers after she complained to the FAA, which she found "unacceptable," according to the report. “If you review the complaint, you will note that I did not ask for any monetary reimbursement but instead answers ... I feel devalued as a human being," she wrote in an email to the airline, according to the report.

Rafieyan also posted about the experience on her Facebook page. "Apparently, United is NOT concerned by the sexual harassment I had to endure on my flight - sexual harassment that United was partly responsible for by putting a DRUNK man who had harassed the flight attendant during boarding next to me and my 12 year old daughter. I am disgusted that you could treat any human like that and your responses are just as insulting".

Later, United offered a second apology and said they would review how the situation was handled. United did not return a request for comment Thursday.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com.

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