It's probably not a good idea to tell someone "I kill white people like you" after being asked to turn off a cell phone on a flight. Something like that can get you arrested after the flight is forced to make an emergency landing.

Lashonda Lee Williams was on a United ExpressJet flight from Nashville on Sunday when she was asked to turn off her cell phone on board. She didn't handle that too well and told a fellow passenger, "I kill white people like you," according to a court affidavit. Following Williams' threat, the pilot was forced to turn Flight 4205 headed for Houston, back to Nashville's airport. The Embraer 135 landed and Williams was arrested for assault, The Smoking Gun reports.

According to the court affidavit, a female passenger asked Williams to "turn off her cell phone due to the aircraft being in flight," to which Williams allegedly said "I kill white people like you."

The other passenger was 50-year-old K. Colleen Coult. Williams didn't just tell Coult that she kills white people. She also said that she would follow Coult once they reached Houston and would "find out where she lived." The comments from Williams "created fear in Coult for her safety," according to the affidavit.

In the report, a flight attendant for United told police that Williams' claims "were causing anxiety and fear throughout the cabin."

Williams was booked into the Davidson County jail and the Houston resident was later released on a $3,000 bond. She is scheduled to appear in County Court on June 25.

A representative for United Airlines released a statement to the Huffington Post regarding the incident, saying "ExpressJet flight 4205, operating as United Express from Nashville to Houston on Sunday, June 1, safely returned to Nashville due to two disruptive passengers. The flight landed without incident and was met by law enforcement officials before continuing to Houston."