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Solo responded that he was too "fat, unathletic and crazy" ever to be an athlete, the teenager and Obert told police.He told Solo she needed to "get her c--- face out of the house," and then walked away.She imagined Solo might come out of jail and apologize, and then everybody could get on with their lives.But Obert says she became compelled to speak extensively for the first time about that night because Solo has continued to cast herself as a victim.There was a time, Obert says, when she and Solo were best friends, when she wouldn't have missed this Women's World Cup tournament in Canada for anything.But it was Obert and her then-17-year-old son -- Solo's nephew -- who were the alleged victims in the domestic violence case.She feels stupid, she says, palming tears from her cheeks.For what happened, yes, but more for trusting people she now views as poisonous. And then, 'I should have known.'"Solo is partly referring to her half-sister, Teresa Obert.
There was one problem, though, with Solo's version: It wasn't entirely accurate.
Prosecutors are scheduled to file their argument by July 13, with the defense due to respond by Aug. She wouldn't answer."I'm here to talk about the World Cup and soccer," Solo said.
"What I can tell you is that I'm in the best place in my life both on the field and off the field.
The night escalated to violence shortly before 1 a.m., as Solo and the teenager exchanged a series of insults.
The teenager has performed in local theater for years, and at one point he suggested to Solo that being a good actor required "having an athletic state of mind," according to a police report.