U.S. soccer star Hope Solo was in a Seattle courtroom on Tuesday after her fiancée was arrested for assaulting her.
“But but, I love him!” Trust me, Hope; this was just the opening card. You have forty years of main event matches ahead of you.
Former NFL tight end Jerramy Stevens spent Tuesday — which was to have been his wedding day — in court after being arrested on suspicion that he assaulted his fiancée, Olympic soccer star Hope Solo.
At the hearing on Stevens’ 33rd birthday, the judge ruled there was no evidence linking the ex-Seahawk to an assault and released him. Stevens wasn’t charged — but the case is still being investigated.
Stevens and Solo, who began their romance two months ago, had gotten into a quarrel about whether they would settle in Florida or Washington after they wed, according to court documents.
There were unconfirmed reports yesterday that the couple got married later on Tuesday.
In my almost 20 years as a police officer, I have seen hundreds of abused women either refuse to prosecute or drop the charges altogether. It truly saddens me to see Solo falling into that trap. Her marriage will not end well.