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‘Hairspray’ star, father busted for airport brawl

Nikki Blonsky, star of the feature film “Hairspray,” and her father, Carl, were arrested Wednesday after getting into a brawl with “Americas Next Top Model” Cycle 9 contestant Bianca Golden at Providenciales International Airport in Turks and Caicos, authorities confirmed to “Access Hollywood.”

A fight broke out on Wednesday between 12:30 and 1:00 p.m. between the Blonsky father and daughter and Golden, the spokesperson told “Access.”

Tempers reportedly flared when Golden tried to take a seat occupied by the Blonskys, a source told Us Weekly. The Blonsky family allegedly refused to move their luggage.

Nikki was charged with actual bodily harm, while her father was charged with grievous bodily harm. Nikki was released on $6,000 cash bail, while Carl Blonsky remains in custody until Aug. 8.

“ANTM” contestant Golden was also charged with actual bodily harm and released on $6,000 surety bail. The model was released on her own accord with the promise of returning for a court date on Sept. 17.

Golden appears to be following in the footsteps of another airport rage-prone model, Naomi Campbell, who the reality show alum previously admitted an affinity for.

“I love Naomi because she is a diva,” the former “ANTM” contestant told the New York Times in 2007. “After a while of being called fierce and everything, being a diva comes with the territory.”

Bianca’s mother, Elaine Golden, was airlifted to a Miami hospital due to head injuries sustained from the brawl, according to police.

Nikki appeared in a Turks and Caicos court Friday wearing a neck brace. She is due back in court Dec. 1.

When contacted, a rep for Nikki Blonsky told “Access Hollywood,” “We have no comment… no comment at all.”

Nikki has returned stateside, while her father remains in custody in Turks and Caicos.