During Monday night’s game against the Colorado Rockies, two fans stormed onto the field and made contact with Atlanta Braves star Ronald Acua Jr. They are now being charged with trespassing and disturbing the peace.
Braves Star Ronald Acuña Jr.
The 21- and 23-year-old Denver citizens’ misdemeanor charges were detailed in the arrest affidavits that the Denver Police Department issued on Tuesday. The males were told to show up in court on September 27 as reported in NBC sports.
In the midst of the seventh inning at Coors Field during a 14-4 victory, Braves star Ronald Acuña Jr. knocked over by the supporters, including one who tackled him. He continued to play throughout the game and wasn’t hurt.
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Braves Star Ronald Acuña Jr. Fans Charged With Trespassing And Disturbing The Peace For Disturbing Monday Night Game
In right field, a fan attempted to wrap his arms around Braves Star Ronald Acuña Jr. before security workers immediately seized him. Then another fan charged into the group, knocking down Braves star Ronald Acuña Jr., and was tackled while a security guard pursued him.
In a report from Post Register, Pillar, one who rushed towards Acuña Braves star Ronald Acuña Jr. to help said that the men were ardent followers who wished to touch him and take his photo. But it is never acceptable for spectators to leave the stands, much less to touch another person.