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U.S. women’s soccer star Hope Solo apologized to fans on Facebook for her part in an alleged domestic violence incident. (Source: KIRO/CNN) U.S. women’s soccer star Hope Solo apologized to fans on Facebook for her part in an alleged domestic violence incident. (Source: KIRO/CNN)
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SEATTLE (KIRO/CNN) – U.S. Women's soccer star Hope Solo took to Facebook on Thursday to apologize to fans for her involvement in an alleged domestic violence incident.

Earlier this week, Solo pleaded not guilty to domestic violence assault charges in Washington state.

Police say Solo's sister and 17-year-old nephew had visible injuries after an altercation with her last weekend.

Officers said Solo appeared "intoxicated and upset."

In her Facebook post on Thursday, the Olympic gold medal winner said she's confident her name will be cleared.

She was released on her own personal recognizance.

A pre-trial hearing is set for August 11.

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