A California woman who says airport security screeners working for the federal Transportation Security Administration violated the agency's own rules and prevented her from traveling with pumped breast milk has won an agreement to settle the case for $75,000, her lawyer says.

Stacey Armato, a lawyer who was traveling in 2010 with her infant son, was eventually allowed to proceed from Phoenix to Los Angeles without either discarding her breast milk or having it X-rayed. However, that was only after Armato was put in a glass holding area by TSA agents for 40 minutes, police were called and she missed her scheduled flight, according to CBS5, the New York Daily News and Reuters.

The incident was captured on security camera footage.

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