KIRKLAND, Wash. - Former Washington Huskies star and Seattle Seahawks player Jerramy Stevens was arrested early Monday, accused of a domestic violence assault on his fiancée, U.S. soccer star and Olympic gold medalist Hope Solo.
On Tuesday, Stevens was released by the court because no probable cause was found.
The incident began Monday at 3:45 a.m., when Kirkland police officers were called to a home in the 6400 block of Northeast 138th Place.
Officers said the call involved an altercation between eight people during a party at the home and the use of a stun gun.
According to court documents, Solo's brother, Marcus Solo, was one who called 911 as Solo yelled, "don't say anything" to police numerous times.
Upon arrival, officers spoke with several people at the home who appeared to be intoxicated and were uncooperative as officers began their investigation, police said.
Officers said they found a 31-year-old woman suffering from a laceration to the elbow, a 32-year-old woman suffering from a hip injury, and a 34-year-old man suffering from multiple bumps, scrapes and contusions. Kirkland Fire Department medics treated the victims’ injuries.
Documents said Stevens was hiding when police arrived, but Stevens told police he was sleeping, not hiding, during the party.
Investigators said that based on information provided by those involved and from the officers' observations and visible evidence, officers arrested Stevens on charges of fourth-degree domestic violence assault.
The victim was reported to be Solo.
Court documents said Stevens told police he and Solo had argument about whether they would live in Florida or Washington after their upcoming wedding.
Stevens would not answer police when they asked about dried blood that was on his shirt, documents said.
The woman with the hip injury and the man with multiple scrapes and bruises said they had been assaulted by a man who had come to the party and fled before police arrived.
They could only provide a very vague description of this man and said he was a stranger.