’Yellowstone’s Jen Landon, Actress of Teeter, Slams JFK Airport for Poor Safety Protocols

by Suzanne Halliburton

Jen Landon, who plays ranch-hand Teeter on “Yellowstone” is upset at JFK Airport, alleging its security ignores pandemic protocols.

In Landon’s opinion, those working security at the airport, which is in Queens, New York, aren’t keeping passengers safe.

Landon blasted the airport in a post on Instagram. She wrote:

“JFK Airport should be ashamed of itself. Cramming people into security lines, barking at/forcing passengers to get closer together, refused to allow individuals to maintain 6 feet of distance.

“Not a single employee upheld social distancing and yelled at those who did, despite clear demarcations on the floor and a commitment to our safety. Air travel may be safe, but JFK is not.”

Landon also tagged the Instagram accounts for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and for the mayor of New York, Bill DeBlasio. She wrote “our safety is your priority. I call bullshit.”

We’re not sure what prompted Landon’s complaint.

Landon is the daughter of the late Michael Landon, the beloved actor from shows like “Bonanza,” “Little House on the Prairie” and “Highway to Heaven.”

Jen Landon joined the cast of “Yellowstone” for season three. In the show, she’s a tough-talking ranch hand who is sweet on fellow cowboy, Colby. John Dutton, the show’s main character, hired Teeter from Texas.

“Yellowstone” teased the romantic storylines in the bunkhouse in a video clip posted on Twitter, Dec. 15. The tweet said: “The romance in the bunkhouse just hits different.”

Want to know more about the Teeter and Colby romance? Outsider has you covered. Click it here.

Jen Landon Lands Reoccurring Role on CBS Show

Meanwhile, Jen Landon also has a new role on “FBI: Most Wanted” on CBS. Earlier this week, the show announced Landon would portray Sarah Allen in a reoccurring role opposite Yaya Gosselin. Landon will play a riding instructor, so all the prep for “Yellowstone” came in handy.

Landon teased her possible death on “Yellowstone” back in November. In an Instagram story post, Landon added a photo of the Dutton ranch and wrote “last time.”

Landon, 38, honed her acting skills on soap operas. She won three Daytime Emmys for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series. Landon earned the Emmys as part of the “As the World Turns” cast. She also enjoyed a brief stint on “Young and the Restless.”

She’s also on “Animal Kingdom” on TNT.

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