Super Bowl streaker says she was 'grabbed' and roughed up by stadium security after flashing her butt

Kelly Kay Green displayed the "handprint" bruises covering her arms that she alleged were from security guards who manhandled her.


                            Super Bowl streaker says she was 'grabbed' and roughed up by stadium security after flashing her butt
(Kelly Kay, Instagram)
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The smoking hot Instagram model who became famous as the "Super Bowl streaker" has now claimed she was roughed up by security personnel after being tackled while trying to run across the field on Sunday.

In an interview with TMZ Sports, Kelly Kay Green displayed the "handprint" bruises covering her arms that she alleged were from security guards who manhandled her. Speaking to the outlet, Green revealed that she got an adrenaline rush as soon as she backed up the stairs and launched herself over a wall at the Super Bowl stadium during her streaking attempt.

And she didn't immediately realize she was hurt because of the adrenaline, she claimed. "I had so much adrenaline going that I don’t even remember being tackled," Kay told TMZ Sports. "My thoughts were just like 'D**n, they got me.'”

Kelly Kay (Instagram)

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“I have literally, like handprint bruises here from where they were grabbing me,” Kay said, before pointing to bruises on her upper arm. “You can see the fingerprints.”

Kay lifted the back of her dress to expose her behind as she was being led off the field in handcuffs, teasing the crowd till she was escorted out of the stadium. But then authorities allegedly kept her in a cold holding cell for 8 hours at Florida's Hard Rock Stadium.
 
“My dress had been ripped from wrestling with the security,” she said. “So the dress wasn’t even on, I was just in that bathing suit in this holding cell, sitting on the concrete floor for eight hours they held me there."

According to Kay, authorities kept her waiting to be processed for eight hours in the freezing cell before FBI and Homeland Security agents questioned her.

“They got so mad that I wouldn’t speak,” Kay said.

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But the defiant streaker was out partying until 5 am just a day after her release. And the next day, Kay took to Instagram to brag about her notorious Super Bowl stunt.

“Do what you want, when you want, life’s too short to have regrets," she wrote in an Instagram post alongside a picture of her arrest. While Kay now faces up to one year in prison on trespassing charges, she has said the attempted streak was her "living her best life."