Champions League Pitch Invader Kinsey Wolanski Claims She Was Jailed After Failed Copa America Streak
Champions League final streaker Kinsey Wolanski attempted another pitch invasion at the Copa America and claims she was jailed.
The 22-year-old gained millions of social media followers after her surprise appearance in the Madrid showpiece between Liverpool and Tottenham on June 1
But she took to social media to announce that she dressed up in disguise for the Copa America final between Brazil and Peru and tried to get on the pitch again.
But before she could get on the pitch, the American model was tackled by security guards and later thrown into jail.
She told her 3.1 million Instagram followers: "I'll admit Copa America you definitely won but we had one hell of an adventure trying.
"I flew to Brazil, dressed up in disguise, made it to our seats and it ended in Vitalys bad ass getting tackled by 20 security guards.
"We are out of jail and now enjoying our time in Brazil!"
Wolanski earned herself world notoriety for her stunt last month and it was later revealed that she was fined just €15,000 for her antics.
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According to Spanish publication MARCA, she was fined €15,000 for the stunt, €5,000 for trespassing and €10,000 for advertising.
Despite the fine, Vitaly Uncensored ended up making a good investment with advertising during the final worth a reported $3.97 million.
:joy: #KinseyWolanski y su pareja se disfrazaron para entrar a la final de la #CopaAmérica en su afán de interrumpir el #Brasil vs #Perú. Lastimosamente para ellos, la policía brasileña se dio cuenta y fueron llevados a la comisaría:joy: pic.twitter.com/mDNaTJEoz4
- Sportimba.com (@sportimba) July 9, 2019
This won't be the last time she attempts to streak at a big event, according to Wolanski, who plans to do more 'to raise her profile.'
"I plan to do a lot more streaking to raise my profile." she told The Sun.
"After I was released from jail I had gone from 300,000 followers on Instagram to over two million. You can't buy that kind of publicity.
"Suddenly I was famous all over the world and had job offers flooding in. I don't think I did anyone any harm, it was just a bit of fun.
"The fans loved it, the players seemed to love it and even the police at the station were asking for my photograph by the time I got out.
"The response has been unbelievable, I couldn't be happier. It was the biggest thrill of my life."
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