The Las Vegas Airport experienced a security breach Thursday, and it was reportedly all Paula Abdul's fault.
Elaine Sanchez, spokesman for McCarran International Airport in Vegas, said a worker led the "American Idol" judge and a companion around the mandatory screening process before they got on a Southwest Airlines flight to Burbank, Calif.
That prompted all passengers and luggage to be screened when they landed.
Sanchez said she could not confirm reports that the employee was trying to help Paula avoid a swarm of fans.
She said the worker was an employee for an airport tenant, not Southwest, but she could not identify the worker while the investigation was under way.