After Domestic Violence Arrest Case Was Dismissed, Hope Solo Makes Stunning Return to Soccer Field

Despite the personal drama that's swirled around U.S. goalie Hope Solo, she had a dazzling performance in the Women's World Cup.

It's a triumphant return for Hope Solo despite new shocking reports about her domestic violence arrest.

She sprang into action with two huge saves helping the U.S. beat Australia in Monday’s Women's World Cup opener.

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An announcer said, “If anyone is wondering Hope Solo is focused after the additional news broke you don't have to worry.”

Her heroics come as it was reported that she allegedly yelled "you're such a b-----" at a police officer involved in her arrest last year.

When the officer told her to take her necklace off, she reportedly told him it was "...worth more than he made in a year," according to new records obtained by ESPN.

A frantic 911 call led to her arrest after the cops said she got drunk and beat up her half-sister and 17-year-old nephew.

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Solo pleaded not guilty to charges. Her case was dismissed but prosecutors have filed an appeal.

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