A newly released 911 voice recording describe a violent scene at a pre-wedding party for Olympic soccer star Hope Solo and now-husband Jerramy Stevens last November.
The call was placed by a man who identified himself as Marcus Solo, who is Hope’s brother. Solo was vague on details and refused to say who instigated the physical altercation. When police arrived at the household, Hope had a bloody elbow, Marcus had injuries to his head and another woman had an injured hip. In the phone call, Marcus claimed that a stun gun was involved.
According to police reports, Stevens found lying between a bed and the wall upstairs. He said he was sleeping and was unaware of the fight, but there was dried blood on his shirt.
Stevens, a former NFL player, was on probation at the time for a 2010 conviction for drug possession. He was arrested for his involvement in the pre-wedding altercation, but was released the next morning and married Hope that afternoon. Charges against him have since been dropped.
The 911 recording was attained by KOMO News in Seattle this week.
Solo and Stevens only dated for two months before their November nuptials. Solo, the goal keeper for the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team, had a busy summer as she helped the team win its second straight Olympic championship.
There are currently no charges against Stevens.