Super Bowl streaker Kelly Kay says stadium security violated her

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The Instagram model who tried to run onto the field during Super Bowl 2020 said Thursday that she was injured by stadium security, which thwarted her stunt.

Model Kelly Kay told TMZ that she was in pain from being abused at the Hard Rock Stadium and bruised on both arms.

The 27-year-old social media influencer seemed fine after the incident, sharing a collection of pictures from her eventful weekend on Instagram, including the moment security pulled her away and her mug shot.

But Kay is now saying that she was so full of adrenaline that she didn't notice how bad the breakdown was.

After being pinned to the ground and prevented from undressing, Kelly was hidden in a cold cell under the stadium and, according to the TMZ, was waiting to be worked on in a skimpy swimsuit for eight hours.

She even said that the FBI interrogated her. The stunt woman faces up to one year in prison.

In October, MLB banned Julia Rose and Lauren Summer indefinitely after flashing cameras behind the home plate at the World Series in Washington.

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Security guards attack a woman who tried to get onto the field at the Super Bowl.


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The woman is escorted by the security service.