Former first-round NFL pick Jerramy Stevens was arrested early Monday on suspicion of assaulting U.S. women's soccer team goalkeeper Hope Solo on the day before their planned wedding, according to police and court records.
Stevens, 33, was released Tuesday after a Kirkland, Wash., municipal judge found no evidence connecting the former Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end to any assault, according to news reports. He has not yet been charged after being arrested for fourth-degree domestic violence assault. But the case is still under investigation, Kirkland Police Lt. Mike Murray said Tuesday.
Solo, 31, appeared in the courtroom Tuesday but left without speaking to reporters, according to KING-TV. She is listed as the alleged victim in court records, which also state that she received a cut to her elbow.
Stevens and Solo, who have been dating for two months and were set to get married Tuesday, argued over whether to live in Washington or Florida, according to court records.