Knoxville (WVLT) -- The Transportation Security Administration is fighting back against a harassment allegation... You-Tube style.
A former secret service agent was recently asked to empty out her toddler's sippy cup at an airport checkpoint.
The woman claims she was improperly detained after she accidentally dropped the cup.
TSA officials say the security video clearly shows the woman chose to dump the liquid on the floor.
So the TSA has posted that video on the top of the main page of their Website.
If you click on the box that says "Myth Busters" you can see the video, with a caption that reads, "Decide For Yourself."
If you would like to view the video and decide for yourself, you can click on the TSA link below.
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