Most of us know that travelling, whether across the world or just across the country, can come with a large amount of stress. From planning, accommodation, and actually getting where you need to go, going on a trip is not always a vacation.\nREAD ALSO: Canadians Have Gone Wild After Getting Into A Savage Brawl At This Ontario Grocery Store (VIDEO)\nOne Canadian woman dealt with quite the experience when crossing the border earlier this month and ultimately she could face jail time because of it. After being denied access to America, a 40-year old Kitchener Ontario resident ended up slapping a border agent across the face.\n@samara_sitembedded via\nTianna McPherson was crossing Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls, Ontario to head into Niagara Falls, New York state on September 2nd when she faced some trouble. Of course, crossing the border can be tricky when you have a bad track record from the previous crossings, which McPherson did.\nREAD ALSO: Here’s 11 Of The Wildest Canadian Crimes Caught On Video In Summer 2018\nAfter the United States Department of Justice released information about the altercation that followed. While McPherson wanted to explore the Niagara Falls State Park on the American side, she was denied entry and told to head back to Canada. That's when things took a turn for the worse.\n@customsborderembedded via\nMcPherson started arguing with the Border Control agents stating that she did not want to go back to Canada and that she was actually a U.S. citizen, but refused to give any information to prove that was true.\nREAD ALSO: Here’s A List Of All The Craziest Things Seized At The Canadian Border Recently\nShe then demanded to go see an American judge, making a break for it through the lobby of the building. When an agent put herself in the way of the exit, McPherson asked her, "what if I just punch you in the face?"\n@customsborderembedded via\nMcPherson was told to sit down before declaring that she wanted a criminal charge and proceeded to slap the border agent across the face with an open hand. Upon slapping the agent, the Canadian woman was put in a holding cell.\nREAD ALSO: Everything You Need To Know About The 16-Year Old Canadian Charged With Shooting A Tourist In The Head\n@customsborderembedded via\nFor now, McPherson will be held in the U.S. to go before the court on September 13 for a detention hearing.\nShe was charged by criminal complaint with assaulting, resisting, or impeding an officer of the United States, which can carry an eight-years in jail and a fine of $250,000.