Beaumont, Texas-based Travel Agency Guru has been forced to shut down after TSA officials told the agency they wouldn’t allow a TSA employee to leave the facility after a security breach.

The Travel Agency CEO, Tom Lathrop, told employees Wednesday that TSA officials would not allow him to leave TSA’s main checkpoint at the airport on Friday because of the security breach, according to a letter obtained by The Hill.

Lathrop said he will not return to work at the Travel Agency until he is cleared to do so by his employer.

The TSA did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the letter.

This is the third time Travel Agency has been shut down at the Texas airport.

Last summer, the agency’s founder, David Lathrope, was told by TSA officials that he was banned from entering the airport.

He had been allowed to leave after security staff asked him to.

The Travel Company has operated in Beaumons airport for over 25 years and employs more than 100 people, according an internal review by the Travel Association of America.

Lathrotpe said he was fired for violating TSA policy, not for his job performance.

“I just want to be clear that TSA did NOT ask me to leave.

They were not asking me to be disruptive,” Lathrape wrote in an email to employees Wednesday.

“We are doing fine and will resume our business as usual as soon as we have all the necessary documentation.”

The TSA has been criticized for delays in vetting and security at the airports, including delays at check-in lines.

The agency has been at the center of a nationwide debate about its screening methods.

The agency has faced criticism for delays, delays in security screening and overbooking.

A recent federal audit of the agency found that TSA personnel were delayed more than 15,000 times and overcharged more than $30 million for services.

In a statement, the TSA said the company is cooperating with the investigation.

“The company is reviewing the incident to determine what went wrong, and we are cooperating fully with the FAA’s investigation,” the TSA statement said.

The Transportation Security Administration said it is working to make improvements to TSA security screening procedures and said it has identified ways to prevent similar incidents in the future.