This Could Be Truly a Solo Marriage


Disturbing details emerged when U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo appeared in court Tuesday in Kirkland, Wash., with her fiancee, Jerramy Stevens, a former NFL tight end, who was accused of striking Solo.

The couple appeared in court on the same day they were supposed to be married. It was unclear whether the two, who had been dating two months, went ahead with the wedding. A judge found no probable cause to keep Stevens in custody and released him.

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