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Jonah Bennett, a 19-month-old boy, is at the center of an FBI investigation after a stranger allegedly smacked him on a flight from Minneapolis to Atlanta.
The toddler's mother, Jessica Bennett, told ABC News she was sitting in the aisle seat of row 28, alongside Joe Hundley, 60, a stranger.
"Jonah starts crying because he's feeling the pressure in his ears," Bennett said.
At that point, Hundley, according to court documents, told Bennett to "Shut that n-word baby up".
"I said, 'What did you just say?'" Bennett said. "And he was so drunk that he fell onto my face, and his mouth moved over to my ear and he said it, just directly into my ear.
Hundley, who is the president of an aircraft parts company in Idaho, then allegedly smacked Jonah.
"When I had looked at Jonah's face, he had, his eye was swollen...and it was bleeding," Bennett said. "I was just scared to death."
That's when fellow travelers stepped in.
"Ms. Bennett received assistance from several people on the plane, including male passenger Todd Wooten," court documents said.
Wooten, who was seated in row 16, said he heard derogatory language coming from the rear of the aircraft and witnessed Hundley slapping the child.
Hundley was charged with assault in an Atlanta federal court.
His attorney, Marcia Shein,