(WSCR) Former Seattle Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens appeared in court Tuesday in a domestic violence case involving his fiancée, U.S. soccer star Hope Solo.
According to a report, Stevens answered for a fourth-degree assault arrest stemming from an incident at a Kirkland home in the early hours of Monday morning.
A police report filed indicates Stevens was arrested after police were called to the home after an altercation in which Solo’s young brother Marcus used a stun gun while fighting with a group of males who were not invited to a party at the house.
When police arrived, the uninvited group of males had left.
While officers were talking with Marcus, Hope Solo emerged from the house with blood on her elbow. The police report indicates Hope was not cooperative with police, even telling her brother not to say anything.
Police then searched the house and found Stevens asleep. After waking him, the officers found blood on his cheek and on his shirt. Because police must make an arrest in domestic violence calls, officers arrested him on suspicion of fourth-degree assault. He was not charged.