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Hope Solo Talks Nude Photo Leak, Maintains Innocence in Assault Case

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Hope Solo opened up via Facebook to discuss her nude photo leak (it "goes beyond the bounds of human decency," she writes) and her domestic violence case. Michael Kovac/WireImage

Listen up! Soccer star Hope Solo took to her Facebook on Tuesday, Sept. 23, to address her own nude photo leak as well as her domestic violence charges from June.

"It is extremely sad and unfortunate that the rights of so many women were violated by the unauthorized release of private photographs," Solo, 33, wrote. "This act goes beyond the bounds of human decency and, as such, I stand united with all the women affected and am exploring every option to protect my privacy."

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The two-time Olympic gold medalist is the latest victim of the leak to openly condemn the actions of the hackers. Joining Solo in speaking out against the violation of privacy were Gabrielle Union and Meagan Good. "We have done nothing wrong," Union said in a statement. "While they may have stripped us of our right to privacy, they cannot take our strength, dignity or our voice."

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Other A-listers targeted in the nude photo leak include Kate Upton, Jennifer Lawrence, and Kaley Cuoco.

Solo also discussed the domestic violence charges filed against her, after her alleged fight with her sister and 17-year-old nephew.

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"In addition, while I understand that the public desires more information regarding the allegations against me, I continue to maintain my innocence against these charges," Solo wrote on Facebook. "And, once all the facts come to light and the legal process is concluded, I am confident that I will be fully exonerated."

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Solo was arrested and held without bail for two counts of domestic violence assault. Solo, who has been a star player on the U.S. Women's national soccer team since 2000, pled not guilty to the charges. Her lawyer Todd Maybrown insisted to Us Weekly that his client was not guilty.

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