Olympic medalist in 2008 and 2012, former goalkeeper Hope Solo struggled with alcoholism for a few years
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a report Queen City NewsFrom the United States, a video of the former American goalkeeper hope solo She was arrested in March of this year after drunk driving with her children in the car. The photos were only posted this Thursday, 3.
because of sugar Two-time Olympic champion He was arrested in flagrante delicto. The moment was captured by a camera of police officers who approached the historical player from the United States.
The former player was in a parking lot, asleep at the wheel, when she was stopped by police, who were called after anonymous reports. Hope resisted arrest, refusing to leave the car at the request of the authorities.
Solo showed signs of intoxication, with speech difficulties and not cooperating with police work. At one point in the video, her frightened children started crying. In the end, she was handcuffed and taken to the police unit.
Hope pleaded guilty to drunk driving and was sentenced to 25 months in prison in Forsyth County Court. However, he will not have to serve the sentence set by Judge Victoria Romet because he spent 30 days in a rehab centre.
In July, the former goalkeeper sparked a revolution on her social media, revealing that she is struggling to solve her alcohol addiction issues.
“I am proud of what I did as a mother and what my husband and I did day in and day out for two years, throughout the two-year-old twin epidemic. And even so proud of us, it was so hard I made a huge mistake. The devastating part alcohol has taken in my life. The other side of committing like this. The big mistake is that hard lessons are learned quickly. Learning these lessons has been difficult, and at times very painful,” Hope wrote.
“I am still a student in the greatest school called life and will continue to learn and grow from these experiences. I will continue to gain empathy, knowledge and stories to share. I consider this a gift to pass on to others because of pain and the medal winner declared, “Sharing the pain diminishes.” Olympic Games in 2008 and 2012.
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