A Washington state municipal court dismissed a pair of domestic violence charges against
A Kirkland, Wash., municipal judge dismissed the charges with prejudice around 1 p.m., according to court supervisor Erin Wheeler.
Solo's attorney, Todd Maybrown, filed a motion to dismiss, which was granted on Monday, according to Wheeler.
"From the beginning, I've stated that Hope was the victim of an assault in this case," Maybrown said in a statement. "With a careful review of the facts surrounding these matters, it is clear that Hope never should have faced charges in the first place."
Solo, the goalie for the U.S. women's soccer team, was originally scheduled to face trial on Jan. 20, nearly three months after the clash between the soccer star and her relatives at her half-sister's Kirkland home.
According to court documents, Solo's nephew told police his aunt had been drinking and told him he was "too fat and overweight and crazy to ever be an athlete."