Fast four months later Hope Solo The former goalkeeper for the United States Women’s National Team was taken into custody after being accused of driving under the influence. She has since entered a plea.

The soccer player, who is 40 years old, pleaded guilty on July 25 to driving impaired with her twins aged 2 and 2. Lozen and Vittorio Stephens, were asleep in the backseat, Winston-Salem Journal reported, citing the Forsyth County District Attorney’s Office.

Per the outlet, Solo was also charged with misdemeanor child abuseAnd resisting a public officer, however, her lawyer, Chris CliftonThese charges were dismissed voluntarily by the defendant.

According to Winston Salem JournalForsyth Judge Victoria Roemer gave the World Cup champion a suspended sentence of 24 months and an active sentence of 30 days, which she was given credit for with the time she spent in a rehabilitation facility. 

According to the outlet, Solo will also have to pay $2,500 for her fines and $600 towards the costs of the laboratory tests. Solo will be required to submit to a substance abuse assessment and complete any suggested treatment. She must also surrender her driver’s license.