Footy Star's mother hit a truckie because she thought he was cutting it off in a McDonald's # 39; s parking garage
The mother of Broncos, the star of Brisbane, Payne Haas, will be able to see the debut album of her son from the state of origin, after closely remembering the prison time.
Uiatu & # 39; Joan & # 39; Taufua attacked delivery man Keith Tyler in a parking garage at The Pines shopping center on the Gold Coast during an incident with a road disaster last year.
The 42-year-old mother-of-10 thought he cut her off while she was on her way to McDonald's with two of her children.
Mr. Tyler continued to be beaten and bloody after the shameless daylight attack, leaving him with a broken cheekbone, a hole in his lip and a broken nose.
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The mother of Brisbane Broncos star Payne Haas arrived in court and wore a Blues scarf, ready to convince the judge to escape a prison sentence
Uiatu & # 39; Joan & # 39; Taufua hopes to see her son's State of Origin debut after becoming the most inexperienced player selected to represent his state for nearly 25 years
Assault victim Keith Tyler and his wife Rachel left the magistrate court in Southport after the conviction of Taufua
Taufua became extremely irritated & # 39; and verbalizing Mr. Tyler during the altercation – which was partially recorded on his smartphone – and calling him a & # 39; fucking dog & # 39 ;, and an & # 39; f *** ing d ** khead & # 39 ;
Her defense lawyer Lisa Searing acknowledged that Taufua & # 39; reacted differently to how the average person would respond & # 39 ;.
She said one of Taufua's ten children was paralyzed by a car accident.
She is also her husband's primary caregiver, who has an occupational disability pension, and cars for an 84-year-old family friend named Pop.
In addition to her own 10 children between the ages of four and 21, Taufua has included two more children, the court heard.
Mother-of-10 Joan Taufua (photo), 42, will be sentenced on Wednesday at Southport Magistrates Court after attacking Keith Tyler driver delivery (right)
Magistrate Pamela Dowse described her behavior as & # 39; unforgivable & # 39; and sentenced her to two years in prison.
But she ordered an immediate conditional release, which means that Taufua will be able to attend the first game of their son's home state on June 5 in Brisbane.
Haas became the most inexperienced player selected to represent his state in nearly 25 years, when he was announced on Sunday in Brad Fittler's Blues team.
Taufua arrived at the Southport Magistrates Court for her conviction session, dressed in an NSW Blues scarf for the Haas game.
Taufua told reporters outside the Southport Magistrates Court that she would support her son's son's team, Origin
Taufua told reporters out of court that she would support her son's son's team, Origin.
& # 39; Go the Blues & # 39 ;, she said.
& # 39; This has nothing to do with my son. & # 39;
But Haas was previously punished by the NRL Integrity Commission after he had not assisted with investigations into a separate incident involving his mother.
The 19-year-old was suspended for four games and a $ 20,000 fine after refusing to cooperate in investigations into a fight at a women's rugby competition.
Mother of ten Taufua (photo) is seen storming towards Mr Tyler before his phone is knocked out of his hand in shocking images
Taufua carries out a probationary period of three years for the mistreatment of a mother and her teenage daughter. She is pictured on the right with her children, including Haas (far left)
Taufua was given a three-year probation for the mistreatment of a mother and her teenage daughter during the ladies' rugby competition in Brisbane last August.
The security images of the last attack on the court showed that Taufua, together with two accomplices, confronts Mr. Tyler through the driver's side window.
Taufua followed Mr. Tyler to the loading dock with two children.
He was verbally abused and a & # 39; f ****** dog & # 39; called. When he started filming the incident on his cell phone, he was beaten out of his hand.
The driver was hit in the head and pinched when Taufua held him in place by the shirt.
Relieved from his mouth and face, Tyler tried to record Taufua's license plate.
Phone images show that Taufua gave him a & # 39; f ****** jerk & # 39; before she hit him in the face.
Mr. Tyler said at the time: "She was certainly the most aggressive, not just female, but the person I have ever met in my life."
The mother of the star NRL player Payne Haas (photo) will appear in court this week after he has attacked a delivery person. She gets a prison sentence for the attack and can be behind bars, while Haas makes his likely NSW Origin debut
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