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Don't expect these two to tango anytime soon.
It's safe to say Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Hope Solo haven't rekindled their friendship ever since the soccer star claimed her former Dancing With The Stars partner would manhandle her during their intense training sessions back in 2011 — allegations Maksim vehemently denied.
On Tuesday, the choreographer slammed former Olympian during a round of "F*ck, Marry, Kill" on the Allegedly podcast hosted by Theo Von and Matthew Cole Weiss. After choosing Misty May-Treanor to marry, the 35-year-old said he would "definitely kill Hope Solo":
"She's just a sh*tty person. You can have a sh*tty life growing up, you can have a tough upbringing, but if you're a bad person, there's no excuse for that."
"She wrote a book, she lied about a bunch of stuff… I had a very tough time dealing with that."
In her book Solo: A Memoir of Hope, the 34-year-old penned:
"One day, Maks was trying to put me in a certain position and hit my stomach so hard with his open palm that I had a red handprint there for the rest of the day. He manhandled me in rehearsals from the start, pushing me, whacking my stomach, bending my arms roughly."
Miz Solo caught wind of Maks' recent remarks and fired back on Twitter with a photo of DWTS judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, and Len Goodman holding up scoreboards with the number one — the lowest score you can get on the dancing competition show:
Doesn't look like these two are planning to put the past behind them anytime soon…
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