The woman who made streaks in the NRL learns her fate

The woman who tackled after running partially naked on the court during an NRL match was convicted in court.

Titans supporter Javon Johnson jumped the fence during Parramatta’s win over Gold Coast at Cbus Super Stadium earlier this month after the Eels scored to make it 24-16 in the 72nd minute.

Footage posted on TikTok showed the 28-year-old spectacularly confronting a security guard before escorting him off the field.

Ms Johnson went to court in Southport on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to entering a large sports facility without a permit, 7News reported.

She managed to avoid a conviction, but was bound by good behavior for three months.

The woman previously admitted that she made the mistake and despite the arguments the beating of the security guard was very heavy, she said that “she got what I deserved”.

Speaking to Tammy Barker & Bodge about Breakfast at Triple M Cairns after the incident, Ms. Johnson admitted she was seduced at the time.

“I know exactly what I did. It was a list of buckets and when your friends say, ‘I dare you do it,’ you do not think you will do it. It was such a surreal, out-of-body experience,” he said.

“It’s the adrenaline of the crowd. You just hear that big roar and I said, ‘I have to take off my top now.’ “

The attacker of the stadium also explained why she had no problem with the way the guard handled her condition.

“I used to play AFL and rugby and I have three brothers, so it was not a problem to fight,” he said.

“Tacklin was honestly good, it was more the air I got. I guess it looks a lot worse. He could have grabbed me at that moment and I would have fallen.

“I think it’s a fair game. I definitely got what I deserved. He should keep his job.”

Johnson’s trick came after he uploaded a TikTok video from the stands, saying: “One of my biggest goals in life was to just run on the football field and do that, ready? Will I do it?”

Johnson also reposted security shots on TikTok, and in another clip she shared media articles about her trick and a text message from a person who suggested she was her boyfriend.

A screenshot posted on the social networking platform revealed the text message saying: “You are stupid and ashamed. Thanks for the complete embarrassment. Do not try to contact me.”

Johnson wrote in the caption of her TikTok post: “When your husband does not come to football, but wakes up with it…”.

The woman who made streaks in the NRL learns her fate

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