Who are Maxwell Berry's parents? Ohio man said they're 'worth more than f**king $2M' on flight
An Ohio man went viral on Wednesday, August 4, after being accused of assaulting a male flight attendant and inappropriately touching two female attendants on board a Frontier Airlines flight. After being confronted by the airline staff, he yelled at them, boasted about how rich his family was, and began throwing punches. He was subdued by an official, who then proceeded to duct tape him to his seat.
The incident took place on a flight from Philadelphia to Miami on July 31. According to the police report, a drunk Maxwell Berry, 32, from Norwalk, Ohio, had brushed an empty cup against the backside of a flight attendant. He then spilled his new drink on his shirt, went to the bathroom to clean up and came out shirtless. A flight attendant tried to help him with a new change of clothes from his carry-on. After wandering around the airplane for 15 minutes, he proceeded to grope the chests of female flight attendants, the report said. Some other people who have been arrested in the past due to bad behavior on flights include Vyvianna Quinonez and Vincent Kopacek.
Frontier passenger allegedly touched 2 flight attendants breasts, then screamed his parents are worth $2 million, before punching a flight attendant. Frontier suspended the crew for duct taping the passenger to his seat as they landed in Miami. 22 yr old Max Berry is in custody. pic.twitter.com/4xS9Rwvafx— Sam Sweeney (@SweeneyABC) August 3, 2021
In one of the videos recorded of the incident, an unruly Berry is seen yelling at a female flight staff when she appeared to have confronted him regarding his behavior. Maxwell screamed “My parents are worth more than f—–g $2 million goddamn dollars” and “My grandpa is worth more than your f—–g life.” He then proceeded to punch a male staff member in the face before he was restrained in his seats with the help of duct tapes. Unable to move, Berry kept on yelling "help! help!" through the little he could speak from the duct tape covering half of his mouth. However, none of the passengers stepped forward to help him out, only made fun of him.
Berry was eventually arrested when the plane landed in Miami and was charged with three counts of battery and taken to Miami-Dade County jail. Later that day, he was released on a $1,500 bond. Seeing that he boasted about his parents so much, it will be interesting to take a look at who his parents actually are.
Who are Maxwell Berry's parents?
Maxwell's father and mother are Christopher Lee Berry and Lisa Ann Wilkinson Berry. According to Conan Daily, his father is a computer tech and his mother works as a teacher at the Norwalk Catholic School. They live in Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio. Both of them are Republicans. Maxwell's father has lived in other parts of Ohio including Dublin, Huron, Powell, Columbus and Hilliard. He holds an associate’s degree and graduated from Norwalk High School in 1988. Lisa attended the same high school from 1986 to 1990. After that, she attended The Ohio State University in Columbus. It is not known how and when Maxwell's parents met or got married. They have three children together, Mason, Maxwell and their daughter Megan Elizabeth. On April 30, 2008, Lisa registered to vote in Huron County. Not much else is known about Maxwell's parents, including their net worth.
Maxwell boasted about his wealth on Twitter
Even after the incident, which led to his arrest when the plane landed, Maxwell is still boasting about his wealth on social media. In a tweet from August 4, he wrote, "You wanna see how rich I am? Everybody drop your cashapp below." He added in another tweet, "I was flying coach cause I like to be among the people." And another said, "is it still f**k Max Berry?"
You wanna see how rich I am? Everybody drop your cashapp below— Fuck max berry (@maxberry1998) August 4, 2021
I was flying coach cause I like to be among the people— Fuck max berry (@maxberry1998) August 5, 2021
is it still fuck Max Berry?— Fuck max berry (@maxberry1998) August 5, 2021
It was also clear that he had changed his Twitter username to "F*** Max Berry" to reflect the popular or rather unpopular opinion that people had about him online, following the flight incident.
One of his deleted tweets, following the incident, reads, "This will forever be the most dehumanizing experience in my entire life. Many people laughed and ridiculed me as I was mistreated by staff of a PROFESSIONAL airline. Just to make matters worth this has gone “viral” on the internet and will never disappear. My life will never be”.