updated - May 27, 2016 Friday EDT
Hope Solo, the U.S. women's soccer goal keeper, married her boyfriend of two months on Tuesday, former Seattle Seahawks football player Jerramy Stevens, just hours after he was arrested for assaulting her.
According to Sportsradio 950AM and 102.9FM host Dave Mahler, Hope Solo and Jerramy Stevens tied the knot mere hours after Stevens was released from police custody pending an investigation into a suspected assault against Solo.
According to a police report, Stevens was arrested after police were called to an altercation in which Solo's older brother, Marcus, used a "stun gun" while allegedly fighting a group of males who were not invited to a party at the house.
Marcus Solo, 34, called the police to the house, and they found him with blood on his forehead and knees, and a freshly bruised eye, police said. Meanwhile, Hope Solo had blood and a laceration on her elbow. She was intoxicated and yelled several times to her brother, "Don't say anything to them, Marcus," according to the police report.
According to Stevens, Hope Solo, 31, and him had been arguing about whether the couple would live in Florida or in Washington state after their Tuesday marriage, according to the police report.
According to the report, the Solo siblings gave police different stories about how the fight began and Hope yelled, "Don't say anything to them Marcus" several times while he was being questioned by police.
Solo is a two-time Olympic gold medalist who helped lead the U.S. women's soccer team to victory at the 2008 Beijing games and most recently, in London last summer.
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