ROSEVILLE, Mich. (WXYZ) - A Roseville woman fighting cancer is back home following what she says was a humiliating experience at a Seattle airport.
Michelle Dunaj says TSA agents at Sea-Tac Airport made her pull up her shirt to check under bandages from recent surgeries and refused to give her a private search when she asked for one.
She also says after agents couldn't get a machine reading on her saline bags, they forced one open, contaminating the fluid she needs to survive.
A spokesperson for TSA says they checked surveillance video and insists the agents did nothing wrong.
However, the TSA has yet to make that footage public.
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