Champions League streaker fined $24,000 as boyfriend details their plan
The woman who streaked across the field midway through the European Champions final has been fined AU$24,000 for the stunt, but insists she has no regrets.
© David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images Kinsey Wolanski was fined ,000 and spent five hours in a Madrid jail after running onto the field mid-way during the 2019 UEFA Champions League finals.
Champions League streaker , Kinsey Wolanski says she will be able to retire by 30. Last week a video was shared to Vitaly Zdorovetskiy’s – Wolanski’s boyfriend – YouTube channel, detailing the meticulous planning which went into the prank – including five hours of prosthetic make up for
Kinsey Wolanski, the woman who streaked across the field during the European Champions final, has come out claiming that the stunt was so successful that she will be able to retire by the age of 30.
Los Angeles-born Wolanski, 22, was fined $24,000 and spent five hours in a Madrid jail after she daringly stripped down to a skimpy one-piece swimsuit – branded with her boyfriends ‘prank’ website – and ran on to the field mid-way during the match which saw Liverpool FC beat Tottenham, and become the European Champions.
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THE streaker who disrupted the Champions League final in Madrid says she has no regrets – and believes the prank will help her retire at 30. As stunned Liverpool and Tottenham stars looked on, Kinsey Wolanski, 22, sprinted across the pitch at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in a skimpy black
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE final streaker Kinsey Wolanski has revealed just how she managed to get on the Wanda Metropolitano pitch and disrupt Liverpool’s Wolanski then posted a video revealed what she had got up to after leaving the police station she had been held at. "Okay you guys, after winning
Last week a video was shared to Vitaly Zdorovetskiy’s – Wolanski’s boyfriend – YouTube channel, detailing the meticulous planning which went into the prank – including five hours of prosthetic makeup for Zdorovetskiy in order for him to access the stadium, which he is banned from due to streaking at previous major sporting events.
Speaking to The Sun, Wolanski said that she still has no regrets at all and that the stunt has helped her more than she could have imagined.
“By the time I’m 30 I plan on making enough money to retire, and streaking at the Champions League will only help me achieve that,” Wolanski boasted.
“I plan to do a lot more streaking to raise my profile.
“The response has been unbelievable, I couldn’t be happier. It was the biggest thrill of my life.”
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A streaker enter the field of play during the UEFA Champions League Final © Global Look Press / Paul Chesterton. However, those incidental expenses imposed by the UEFA seemed to be trivial for the couple who managed to save million, the cost of an advertisement display during the final.
“I’m not revealing any names, but a couple of the Liverpool players did send me private flirty messages after I streaked the game. One sent some heart emojis and the other one a message saying, ‘I saw you at the game’,” Wolanksi claims. The model who has also previously worked on Sports Illustrated and Maxim, also claims that since the streaking she has been receiving messages from football players on Instagram.
“I honestly didn’t even know who they were until I clicked on their profiles. I didn’t respond though as I already have a boyfriend.”
“Of course I didn’t tell them what I was going to do, but were they surprised? No, they know exactly what I’m like. Wolanski also said that her family have managed to find the funny side to the prank as well – even though her father is a Sheriff with the LA Police Department.
“Dad was just relieved I was actually wearing a swimsuit when I did it — and wasn’t fully naked.”
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Running onto the pitch at the Champions League final can be quite lucrative — provided you’ve got the right proportions. Kinsey Wolanski, the curvy blonde The report noted that the jump in her Instagram followers allows Kinsey to charge significant fees for sponsored posts, which are plentiful for the very
KINSEY WOLANSKI, the Champions League final streaker , has revealed Liverpool stars tried to message her on social media after her antics Because over the years its going to make you feel so exhilarating. “Life is about living, do crazy things. I am going to remember this for the rest of my life.
The prank was used for publicity for Wolanski’s boyfriend's website Vitaly Uncensored, which boasts “wild pranks, t—and a--, no rules” and runs off membership of $9.99 per month.
It was reported that his website gained over 32 million memberships from the prank.
Pictures: UEFA Champions League winners
2018: Real Madrid
2017: Real Madrid
2016: Real Madrid
2014: Real Madrid
2013: Bayern Munich
2008: Manchester United
2002: Real Madrid
2001: Bayern Munich
2000: Real Madrid
1999: Manchester United
1998: Real Madrid
1997: Borussia Dortmund
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