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'I Do' Believe Solo Is a Hot Mess

Joshua Trujillo/Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Hope Solo may or may not have married an ex-NFL player with a long criminal history who may or may not have added to that rap sheet that same day by beating on Solo in a fight over where to live in wedded bliss.

A radio report had them exchanging “I dos” late Tuesday.

A police report has them sparring less than 24 hours earlier with words like stun guns and bloodied elbows being bandied about.

To say the two-time gold medal-winning goalie for the U.S. National Soccer Team is a train wreck right now is an understatement. She is a certified hot mess.

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