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Former Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens appeared in court Tuesday, a day after being arrested on suspicion of domestic violence assault following a disturbance at a home in Kirkland, Wash., police said.
A Kirkland Municipal Court judge released him shortly after, saying there was no evidence connecting Stevens to any assault, according to news reports.
News reports, citing court and police records, said U.S. women's soccer team goalkeeper Hope Solo appeared in the courtroom Tuesday afternoon.
Stevens and Solo applied for a marriage license last Thursday, according to King County records. KING-TV, citing court documents, reported that Stevens and Solo were set to get married Tuesday and that the argument was over whether to live in Washington or Florida.
Police in the Seattle suburb of Kirkland responded to a disturbance at a home around 3:45 a.m. Monday involving a physical altercation between eight people during a party, said Kirkland police Lt. Mike Murray.
He said offi...
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Police in Kirkland, Wash., say former Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens appeared in court Tuesday after being arrested hours earlier on suspicion of domestic violence assault.
Seattlepi.com says a Kirkland Municipal Court judge released Stevens saying there was no evidence connecting Stevens to any assault. The website reported that U.S. women's national soccer team goalkeeper...
Bad news, fellas: It looks like Hope Solo is taken. And she appears to be taken by an ex-football player with whom you’re probably familiar.
Solo and former NFL tight end Jerramy Stevens reportedly are a couple, and they are said to be getting married on Tuesday.
The rumors about the two were mentioned online last month, and they picked up more steam over the past two days. We’ll...
Jerramy Stevens and Hope Solo have been finding their way into the gossip blogs for their rumored relationship lately, but on Tuesday, they made even bigger headlines as they both appeared in a Kirkland, Wash., court for a domestic violence case.
Stevans, who played for the Washington Huskies and Seattle Seahawks, appeared in court to answer a fourth-degree assault arrest, according...
Police in Kirkland, Wash., says former Seattle Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens appeared in court Tuesday after being arrested hours earlier on suspicion of domestic violence assault.
Seattlepi.com says a Kirkland Municipal Court judge released Stevens saying there was no evidence connecting Stevens to any assault. The website reported that U.S. women's national soccer team...
Former Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Jerramy Stevens was arrested on Monday after allegedly assaulting his wife, soccer star, Hope Solo (Credit: AP Photo)
Former Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Jerramy Stevens is in trouble with the law again. According to ProFootballTalk.com, Stevens is being accused of assaulting his fiancee Hope Solo....
Jerramy Stevens and Hope Solo went to the courthouse today, just not in the way we’d imagine.
Chris Daniels of KING5 TV is reporting that Stevens appeared before a judge on charges of domestic violence, stemming from a disturbance at 3:45 Monday morning.
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I am all for giving people a second chance. Circumstances change, people grow, mature, etc. but getting married 24-hours after going to court for a possible domestic issue seems… fast. Especially when you consider the two have only been dating for two months. Former NFL player Jerramy Stevens and soccer star Hope Solo reportedly married [...]
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...
Hope Solo is a hot mess, and that's a good thing
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