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Payne Haas shared a cryptic message on Instagram following news that her mother is under welfare checks in prison following a car crash that killed three.

The Brisbane broncos NRL star posted a video of American rapper Future giving a ‘motivational’ speech declaring ‘no one’s gonna stop me’.

Her mother, Uiatu ‘Joan’ Taufua, 46, was jailed at the Brisbane Women’s Correctional Center on Wednesday after being charged with three counts of manslaughter for allegedly causing a fatal accident on the west of the Gold Coast last Friday.


Police allege that Taufua was speeding dangerously when his black Mercedes veered into the opposite lane near Bonogin, striking a silver Mercedes.

She was also charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, driving without a license and evading police.

Retired physician Chris Fawcett, 79, her partner Susan Zimmer, 70, and her daughter Steffanie, 35, died in the crash.

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Broncos star Payne Haas’s mother, Uiatu ‘Joan’ Taufua  is subject to wellness checks in jail after allegedly causing a car accident that killed to three

Taufua was on probation at the time of the accident for violently assaulting two Star Casino bouncers in September.

The mother pleaded guilty and was sentenced to nine months in jail, but she was granted probation after spending a month behind bars.

Her alleged involvement in her accident was deemed a violation of her probation, leading police to send her back behind bars.

Meanwhile, Haas hasn’t attended Broncos practice since the accident, but he broke his silence on her on social media Thursday.

The NRL player shared a video of American rapper Future giving a ‘motivational’ speech.

“I’m trying to get where I’m going and no one is going to stop me,” Future said in the clip, shared on Haas’s Instagram story.

“The conversations, the subtitles, the memes, they cannot stop me because it is a vision that I have and goals that I have set for myself and that I have to achieve no matter what.”


Susan Zimmer, 70, and her daughter Steffanie, 35, were killed after Taufua allegedly crashed their silver Mercedes.

Taufua was hospitalized following the accident with extensive external injuries and a bruised rib.

Footage captured on Tuesday showed her limping from the back of a police van into custody at a Gold Coast guard house while wearing her hospital bracelet, a cast and compression socks.

According to reports, she is now being treated as a “medium risk” inmate and is subject to hourly checks.

“The psychologist who interviewed her would have done that assessment and 60 minutes is only considered medium risk,” an official at the facility told the Courier Mail.

It is understood that Taufua still has access to her belongings and has remained in a normal cell.