More details emerged Thursday about an alleged incident that involved U.S. women’s goalkeeper Hope Solo and ex-NFL player Jerramy Stevens last November.
Solo's brother, Marcus, was reportedly throwing a party back on November 12, and policed were called after he, used a stun gun while fighting some uninvited guests.
Placed by Marcus Solo outlining the alleged altercation, the local Seattle television station KOMO 4 News obtained the 911 call, which can be heard here.
When police arrived, Hope Solo had a cut on her elbow and was reportedly intoxicated. Police found Stevens in an upstairs bedroom, and he reportedly said he was sleeping and didn’t know about a disturbance downstairs.
Stevens was later arrested for domestic assault, and arraigned the next day.
During the call, when asked by the operator who the instigator of the altercation was, Marcus Solo said: “We won’t go there.”
Later the operator followed up by asking what caused the incident, and Marcus Solo soon after hung up.
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