Things just keep getting worse for her.
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Is Nicole Scherzinger open to love again?!
It's only been four months since the former Pussycat Doll and her longtime love Lewis Hamilton split.
However, it seems that the Right There singer is ready to move on. The brunette beauty was spotted getting cozy with soccer star Pajtim Kasami over the weekend while celebrating her birthday in Greece!
Nicole's rumored beau is a Swiss midfielder for the Olympiacos F.C. — very impressive!
Talk about one nice birthday gift! And it seems that the I Can Do That performer agrees.
The starlet took to Instagram and shared:
Now, a report has been released detailing exactly what went on that night in Washington, and why Hope was arrested, as well as how she behaved after her arrest, and the results are… damning (and explicit!).
Solo's half sister, Teresa Obert, spoke to Outside the Lines and ESPN in the report, detailing what went on between Solo and her minor son (the athlete's nephew) almost a year ago:
And while Cristiano Ronaldo may be no newbie to the modeling game, his new campaign for his CR7 by Cristiano Ronaldo Underwear collection have us seeing him in a whole new light!
The newly single soccer hunk's biceps, abs, and legs will surely get the blood pressure rising, especially after you check out the closeup from the BTS video of his sexy photo shoot (above)!
This does NOT look good for Hope Solo.
And unfortunately, it doesn't look good for the U.S. Women's national soccer team either!
The 33-year-old goalie only JUST had domestic violences charges against her dropped a little over a week ago, and she's already in trouble again.
Yesterday, U.S. team coach Jill Ellis announced that Hope was being suspended from the team!
As we reported back in June, U.S. Olympic soccer star Hope Solo was charged with domestic violence after she allegedly assaulted her half-sister and nephew while intoxicated at her home in Seattle, WA.
Today, a judge has dismissed all charges against the 33-year-old.
The decision was greatly motivated by the lack of cooperation from the athlete's half-sister and son, who were the case's most prominent witnesses.
According to the goalkeeper's attorney, Todd Maybrown: