Less than a month after she was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, hope solo enter treatment.
“I have contacted the Hall of Fame and respectfully requested that my participation be postponed [National Soccer] Hall of Fame induction to 2023, “Professional Athlete, 40, chirp On Friday, April 29th. “I will voluntarily enter into an inpatient alcohol treatment program to address the challenges I have with alcohol.”
She continued in her statement, “At this time, my energies and focus are entirely directed at my health, healing, and taking care of my family. I would like to thank the Hall of Fame for their support and understanding of my decision.”
News broke earlier this month that Solo: Memoirs of Hope The author has been detained in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on a charge of obstruction of driving (DWI) and resisting arrest. us weekly She confirmed her release after detention.
“On the advice of the attorney, Hope cannot speak about this situation,” Rich Nicholssaid the soccer star’s lawyer we In an April 1 statement. “But she does want everyone to know that her children are her life, that she was immediately released and is now home with her family, that the story is more sympathetic than the initial accusations suggest, and that she looks forward to her opportunity to defend these accusations.”
According to the police report, which was obtained exclusively by wea witness allegedly noted that Solo had “fainted from behind [the wheel]For more than an hour while the engine was running. Washington’s two sons – Lusine and Vittorio, both 2 – were in the car. When local Solo police officers woke up, they allegedly noticed the smell of alcohol on her breath and claimed that her eyes were red.
Solo allegedly refused to cooperate in a field sobriety test, according to the police report, and then was issued a search warrant to obtain blood samples before her arrest. A court hearing is scheduled for June 28.
The Dancing with the Stars Alum – who shares her twin with husband Jeremiah Stevens – She later broke her silence via Instagram.
“For those who reached out to show love and support, thank you. Our family is strong and surrounded by love,” she commented on a social media uploaded on April 3. Our children are strong, smart, happy and energetic, and we are present every day and give them the best life possible. Share the facts in a timely manner.
The Olympic athlete added, “In the meantime, our kids are enjoying the North Carolina sun and eating popsicles and playing on our property. Life can be tough, but these are the really important moments. I feel so lucky to have that kind of love in my life.”
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