Hope Solo 911 Call Tape of Pre-Wedding Fight Released By Police As Soccer Star Says "My Husband Is Going to Go to Jail" (AUDIO)

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Mar 07, 2013 08:43 AM EST
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US women's soccer star Hope Solo and her husband Jerramy Stevens made headlines in November after the former Seattle Seahawks star was arrested and now the two are back in the news again after the 911 call was released.(Photo : Reuters) "

US women's soccer star Hope Solo and her husband Jerramy Stevens made headlines in November after the former Seattle Seahawks star was arrested and now the two are back in the news again after the 911 call was released.

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According to Yahoo, ABC affiliate KOMO, the 911 call that was made that night that eventually led to the arrest of Stevens has been released. The 32-year-old former tight end is married to the soccer star and he was arrested in November for fourth degree domestic violence assault after an incident the night before their wedding day, according to a police report obtained by ABCNews.com.

Police came to the home after Marcus Solo, who is Solo's brother, called 911 and said something was going on. The calls were made after 3 a.m. and the four calls included Solo reporting trouble and asking for medical assistance and that alcohol was being consumed.

"There was a little fight inside the house, and she got thrown to the ground, and she might have dislocated her hip," Marcus Solo told the dispatcher in one of the calls.

The police report said that eight people, two sleeping children and six adults, were present. At the home and the fight started with pushing and shoving between the two. Solo said that a stun gun was used and there was "definitely a physical altercation and an innocent bystander got hurt."

The police arrived at the house and found a number of injured and a woman on the floor with a hip issue. The report said that Marcus Solo had blood on his forehead and knees, and a bruise under his left eye, while Hope Solo had a bloody elbow.

Later police found Stevens, who "appeared to be hiding" and they also smelled marijuana. The report said that the police believed Stevens was responsible for the injuries to Solo, although he denied knowing about it. He later was released.

According to the report, Marcus Solo would not identify the instigator(s) to the 911 dispatcher when asked. "We won't go there. Please get here," he said.

Kirkland Police Department closed the case later on and the report said that Solo's brother could be heard on the call saying he "will lie to the police so Jerramy would not get in trouble."

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