SASKATOON – The case of a Manitoba senator’s wife charged with creating a disturbance on a plane has been put over until Wednesday.
The delay was requested while the defence reviews disclosure and discusses the case with the Saskatchewan Crown.
Maygan Sensenberger faces charges of causing a disturbance and uttering threats against her husband, Sen. Rod Zimmer.
Saskatoon police arrested the 23-year-old woman last week after she allegedly caused a ruckus on a flight from Ottawa while sitting with Zimmer, who is 69.
A witness says Zimmer started having health problems on the flight and his wife got emotional about getting him medical treatment.
The Crown has withdrawn a charge against Sensenberger of endangering the safety of an aircraft.