A JetBlue passenger says her tweets got her booted from a flight late Tuesday.

Lisa Carter-Knight was on her way home to Boston from Philadelphia when her JetBlue Flight 760 was delayed. She took to Twitter, as many travelers do, to describe what was going on.

"We had been waiting an hour, so there was a joke by another passenger, that it'd been a long night and he hoped there was a fully-stocked bar on the airplane," Carter-Knight told a local ABC television station. "And the pilot immediately ran out and said, 'That's it, everybody back up at the gate. I've been accused of being intoxicated.'"

She tweeted about the back and forth between the pilot and passengers who accused the pilot of being drunk. When it finally was time to get back on the plane, Carter-Knight was denied boarding.

Flight 760 was delayed by four hours Tuesday night, according to flight-tracking website FlightAware.

After being denied boarding, Carter-Knight tweeted about being kept away from her three children.

JetBlue did not address Carter-Knight's tweets in a statement provided to Mashable on Wednesday morning:

On Tuesday, October 7, 2014, Flt 760 from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), experienced a delay prior to departure due to a customer's accusation of a pilot being intoxicated.

As a precautionary measure, a sobriety test was conducted. The test demonstrated the pilot was sober and as a result, he was cleared to perform his duties.

Customers boarded the aircraft which departed PHL at 12:03am and arrived in BOS at 1:12am."

JetBlue did not immediately respond to an additional request for comment.

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