Jerramy Stevens and Hope Solo have been finding their way into the gossip blogs for their rumored relationship lately, but on Tuesday, they made even bigger headlines as they both appeared in a Kirkland, Wash., court for a domestic violence case.

Stevens, who played for the Washington Huskies and Seattle Seahawks, appeared in court to answer a fourth-degree assault arrest, according to

According to court documents, Stevens was arrested after police were called to a late-night altercation in which Solo’s younger brother, Marcus, had used a stun gun.

Solo reportedly had blood on her elbow and, according to documents, was not cooperative with police on Monday morning. Her brother had blood on his forehead and knees after he “fought with some unwanted party guests,” according to the report.

Stevens was not charged and was released on Tuesday.

Chris Daniels of tweeted pictures of Stevens in an orange jumpsuit and Solo at court on Tuesday, which can be seen below.

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