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Perth’s grandmother who attacked the 13-year-old referee is banned from life and fined more than $ 3,000

Amazing moment when grandmother attacks a 13-year-old referee during a junior football game before he gets into a blockade because he is “prejudiced”

  • Charmaine Judith Wright, 46, attacked a 13-year-old referee during a match in May
  • Perth’s grandmother was banned from life and fined $ 3,000
  • Mrs. Wright, who appeared in court on Monday, said that it was not her intention to “overreact”

A grandmother who blocked a 13-year-old referee at a soccer game has apologized.

Charmaine Judith Wright, 46, from Perth was beaten with a fine of more than $ 3,000 and a life ban after the shocking fight in May last year.

She appeared in the Armadale court on Monday and admitted attacking the teenage referee during the 11s match between Thornlie and Maddington.

Charmaine Judith Wright stormed the field and attacked a 13-year-old referee

Charmaine Judith Wright stormed the field and attacked a 13-year-old referee

Wright (left) said she did not intend to “overreact” after taking the field

The horrific images of the fight were streamed live and members of the audience could be heard shouting at Mrs. Wright to let the boy go.

“It’s a soccer game for kids,” the woman shouted.

‘Stop! Leave the referee alone. Oh my God.’

‘You should be ashamed. Absolutely disgraceful. “

Wright could be heard screaming, “buddy you’re clearly biased against the other team … you shouldn’t be a referee.”

The young boy suffered from a scraped cheek and eye, and his parents described the attack as “ruthless and heartless.”

The court saw the disturbing images (photo) and heard that a red card set fire to the fight

The court saw the disturbing images (photo) and heard that a red card set fire to the fight

The court saw the disturbing images (photo) and heard that a red card set fire to the fight

The court saw the disturbing images and heard that a red card ignited the fight, causing Mrs. Wright to storm into the field.

Mrs. Wright explained that she was trying to remove her son from the field and did not want to “overreact”, WA today reported.

The judge said he hoped the teenager could let this incident pass him by and continue to swear and replied, “Me too, your honor.”

The football commission said the fine was a “really disappointing incident” for WA football.

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