The wedding must go on?
Though he was arrested Nov. 12 for allegedly assaulting bride-to-be Hope Solo, NFL star Jerramy Stevens and the gold medal-winning goalie went ahead and tied the knot just one day later, Sportsradio 950 AM and 102.9's Dave Mahler report. ("Events of yesterday morning didn't change plans," Mahler wrote on Twitter.)
Solo, 31, kept her plans to wed Stevens mostly secret; she and Stevens had been dating for two months before they applied for a marriage license Nov. 8. Though details about their somewhat-impromptu nuptials are unavailable, Solo's teammate Jillian Loyden sent a tweet implying she may have been present for the ceremony.
"Happy to witness such an amazing celebration of real love #selflesslove #fewandfarbetween," Loyden wrote Wednesday.
According to the Los Angeles Times, on Monday, police responded to a disturbance call at a private residence in Kirkland, Wash. Officers arrested Stevens, 33, on suspicion of fourth-degree assault. (He was discovered "hiding" upstairs, with dried blood on his shirt and signs of a fight around him.)
Solo appeared in court Tuesday; following her fiance's court date, the charges against the former Seattle Seahawks player were dropped.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Hope Solo Weds Jerramy Stevens Following Alleged Assault