The former NFL tight end, and Hope Solo’s husband, has been vocal recently, describing the media’s attention surrounding his wife’s 2014 domestic violence arrest a “witch hunt.” Stevens is no stranger to issues with the law.He was charged with a DUI and served two-days in jail for the incident earlier this year – he was also driving the USWNT van at the time – and has had his fair share of run-ins with police since he played college football at the University of Washington.(She) being classified even remotely close to Ray Rice and these other domestic violence incidents is ridiculous and outright wrong. Stevens first arrest came in July 2000 after he was arrested for sexual assault of a 19-year-old female University of Washington student.(People) put females in a box and want them to stay there and look pretty. Despite loaded evidence, including the suspected use of a date rape drug, King County prosecutor Norm Maleng declined to file rape charges due to “confusing and conflicting statements.” In 2003, however, the accuser filed a civil suit and the parties exchanged upwards of 0,000 out of court.KING5in Seattle reported the former NFL tight end and Solo were married the next day in a small ceremony near Snohomish, Washington. Stevens has been back in the spotlight recently after making comments regarding the re-opened investigation surrounding Solo’s 2014 domestic violence arrest.Stevens called ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” report on Solo a “witch hunt,” adding that it was both unpatriotic and low class.The two were first reportedly dating in 2012 and, not long after initial speculation of their relationship surfaced, the pair was in court after Stevens was accused of assaulting Solo.The situation escalated after an argument over where the couple would live post-marriage and Kirkland authorities were called to their home at a.m. It’s unfortunate, but that’s what the media can do. I know the people closest to me are the only ones who really know what happened.
When Solo was seven, her father picked her and her brother Marcus up to go to a baseball game in the nearby city of Yakima, but ended up driving over three hours west to Seattle, where they stayed for several days at a hotel.
Court documents showed that Solo’s brother, Marcus, called 911. The facts are out there if people really want to find them out — they can go and find them out in the police report. I won’t read any of the negative things about me or my husband.
Stevens was released after a Kirkland judge determined there was not enough evidence to hold him. Like I said, we’re happy, and ultimately that’s all that really matters.
Solo described how it seemed like a vacation at first, but soon realized it was not.
Although her parents had divorced when she was six and she lived with her mother, Solo maintained a close relationship with her father after reconnecting with him during her college years at the University of Washington.