It's been a rough couple of years for Hope Solo.
As we reported last month, the soccer star was suspended from Team USA for 30 days when her husband Jerramy Stevens was arrested on DUI charges for driving a team van during training camp in California.
[ Related: Hope Solo Breaks Her Silence On Her Arrest! ]
Well now the Olympian finally addressed the controversy to Good Morning America's Robin Roberts on Wednesday.
In regards to the DUI, the 33-year-old confessed:
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Anger management classes have done wonders for Chris Brown.
On Tuesday, the singer revealed on Twitter that he was forced to cancel two sold out shows in Canada because he was denied access into the country. The Virginia native was turned away because of his past assault conviction in the Rihanna case.
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The normally explosive Brown took a mature approach to the situation, writing in a since deleted tweet:
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Apparently Lindsay Lohan's acting does NOT better the community!
As we reported, prosecutor Terry White is calling into question her community service hours which she performed as part of her probation for a 2012 reckless driving incident.
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Well according to the lawyer, the 28-year-old is trying to use her 2014 London performances in the David Mamet play Speed-The-Plow as part of her court-mandated duties and will be presenting to the judge on Wednesday.
White is calling into question all 240 hours Lilo clocked in at Community Service Volunteers, a London-based community service organization where she did her time.
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Why, Jenelle Evans, WHY?!
The Teen Mom star, who had seemingly reformed herself after years of trouble, is on the wrong side of the law… AGAIN.
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On Tuesday, Jenelle was arrested for driving without a license because why not. The momma of two paid a $237.50 bond and was released just an hour later.
After Evans' fans went berserk over the arrest news, the 23-year-old quickly retweeted a friend's explanation of the incident:
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On Tuesday, a jury from the Erath County District Court found Eddie Ray Routh guilty for the murder of Chris Kyle, the inspiration for the Clint Eastwood-directed film American Sniper.
The ex-Marine was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Prosecutors did not seek the death penalty.
[ Related: American Sniper Lands Best Sound Editing At The 2015 Oscars ]
In February 2013, the 27-year-old shot Kyle and Chad Littlefield at the Rough Creek Lodge and Resort's shooting range in Texas.
The former member of the Marine Corps had pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity, claiming he was under psychosis when he released fire on the Navy Seal and his friend. A veteran of the Iraq war, he had been diagnosed with schizophrenia since becoming a soldier.
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Bruce Jenner must be relieved.
Despite being the likely cause of a February 7 car crash that tragically killed 69-year-old Kim Howe, the Olympian will probably NOT be charged with vehicular manslaughter.
[ Related: Bruce Claims The Lexus Caused The Tragic Car Crash ]
The decision to not prosecute allegedly stems from a couple of reasons, including the fact that Jenner was not speeding, texting, or under the influence. Essentially, cops think Bruce should have paid more attention but that his negligence doesn't warrant prosecution.
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The Justice Department will not file charges against George Zimmerman, the man who killed unarmed teen Trayvon Martin in 2012.
Federal prosecutors concluded there was insufficient evidence to prove Zimmerman intentionally violated Martin's civil rights. Their decision comes days before the second anniversary of Martin's death.
The 17-year-old was walking home on February 26, 2012 from a convenience store when he got into a confrontation with Zimmerman, a neighborhood watchman. A physical fight ensued, and Martin was fatally shot.
In July 2013, a Florida jury found Zimmerman not guilty of second-degree murder and manslaughter, due to insufficient evidence. The acquittal was met with widespread outrage and protests, with many claiming Martin's shooting was racially motivated.
Attorney General Eric Holder said in a written statement:
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