Star-footy's mother is AGAIN charged with a serious attack – and can end up behind bars

Mother of star footy player is AGAIN accused again of a serious attack – and this time she might end up behind bars while her son makes his likely debut state of origin

  • Broncos star Payne Haas' mother could be put in prison for a major attack
  • The mother of 10 Joan Taufua is said to have attacked a truck driver in an anger attack on the road
  • The victim Keith Tyler was left almost unconscious with a broken cheek and nose
  • Taufua is on trial for attacking a mother and her daughter in March
  • She is in court when her son Haas is tipped to join the Blues in the state of origin

Broncos star Payne Haas' mother can go to jail if she is in court for the second time in three months.

Uiatu & # 39; Joan & # 39; Taufua, 42, attacked delivery man Keith Tyler in a parking garage at The Pines shopping center on the Gold Coast during an incident with a road craze that was filmed last year.

Mr. Tyler was left almost unconscious with a broken cheek and nose after he got out of his truck to film Taufua & # 39; s license plate when she blocked him.

The ten-year-old mother has pleaded guilty to risk bodily injury and can endure the time behind bars when she has been sentenced this week at Southport Magistrates Court.

She is in court when her 19-year-old son is tipped to join the Blues to become the least experienced Origin debutant since Ben Ikin in 1995.

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

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

Mother of ten Uiatu & # 39; Joan & # 39; Taufua, 42, is responsible for causing personal injury

Mother of ten Uiatu & # 39; Joan & # 39; Taufua, 42, is responsible for causing personal injury

Mr. Tyler was treated for a broken nose, broken teeth and a leaky lip after the attack

Mr. Tyler was treated for a broken nose, broken teeth and a leaky lip after the attack

Mother-of-10 Joan Taufua (photo), 42, will be sentenced on Wednesday at Southport Magistrates Court after attacking Keith Tyler driver delivery (right)

Taufua was given a three-year probation for the mistreatment of a mother and her teenage daughter during a ladies' rugby competition in Brisbane last August.

During the tribunal session, Magistrate Joan White said that Taufua & # 39; s behavior & # 39; s outrageous & # 39; and that her criminal history was & # 39; appalling & # 39; was, according to The Courier Mail.

This does not bode well for her condemnation on Wednesday of the road rage.

Mr. Tyler was giving birth when people in a car behind him started shouting abuse.

Taufua was filmed while he and two other people left the van before abusing Mr. Tyler through his window.

Mr. Tyler began filming the verbal violence and assumed that the altercation was over after the group went back to their van.

However, when the delivery man got out of his car to film the license plate of the van, the group turned around and physically confronted him.

Haas is tipped to join the Blues to become the least experienced Origin debutant since Ben Ikin in 1995. He is pictured for the Broncos in their victory over the Warriors on Saturday

Haas is tipped to join the Blues to become the least experienced Origin debutant since Ben Ikin in 1995. He is pictured for the Broncos in their victory over the Warriors on Saturday

Haas is tipped to join the Blues to become the least experienced Origin debutant since Ben Ikin in 1995. He is pictured for the Broncos in their victory over the Warriors on Saturday

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 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 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)

The images, shared with Channel A & # 39; s Current Affair, show Taufua rushing to Mr. Tyler before his phone is knocked out of his hand.

& # 39; I remember the man who held my head, and his knee kept coming to my face, and I remember that bumps rained down on me, & # 39; he said.

Witnesses came to Mr. Tyler's help and he was treated for a broken nose, broken teeth and a punctured lip.

Since the attack, Mr. Tyler said he was still mentally marked by the traumatic event.

"She was certainly the most aggressive, not just female, but the person I have ever met in my life," he said of Mrs. Taufua.

Mother of ten Taufua (photo) is seen storming towards Mr Tyler before his phone is knocked out of his hand in shocking images

Mother of ten Taufua (photo) is seen storming towards Mr Tyler before his phone is knocked out of his hand in shocking images

Mother of ten Taufua (photo) is seen storming towards Mr Tyler before his phone is knocked out of his hand in shocking images

Taufua & # 39; s son Payne Haas, 19, was suspended four games and fined $ 20,000 after refusing to cooperate with the NRL Integrity Commission during investigations into the fight in the women's rugby competition.

In April he was caught by the police who went to training without a permit and used his phone while he was driving.

The rising star was fined $ 500 and lost his license for six months after he pleaded guilty for the two offenses.

Under pressure: Haas (bottom right photo) was suspended for four games and fined $ 20,000 after refusing to cooperate with the NRL Integrity Commission

Under pressure: Haas (bottom right photo) was suspended for four games and fined $ 20,000 after refusing to cooperate with the NRL Integrity Commission

Under pressure: Haas (bottom right photo) was suspended for four games and fined $ 20,000 after refusing to cooperate with the NRL Integrity Commission

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