Hope Solo Throws Major Shade at Ex-'DWTS' Partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy Over 'S**tty Person' Diss

by Desiree Murphy 3:25 PM PDT, October 14, 2015
Playing Hope Solo Throws Major Shade at Ex-'DWTS' Partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy Over 'S**tty Person' Diss

Hope Solo and Maksim Chmerkovskiy may not be working together anymore, but the former season 13 Dancing With the Stars partners just can't seem to shake off their bad blood.

The pro soccer player took to Twitter on Tuesday, fueling the fire even more, when she shared a photo of DWTS judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, and Bruno Tonioli each holding up a scoreboard of 1, in response to Chmerkovskiy calling her a "s**tty person."

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The photo is seemingly a dig at the 35-year-old dancer, who slammed Solo during a recent interview on the Allegedly podcast.

Hosts Matthew Cole Weiss and Theo Von asked Chmerkovskiy to play a game of "F**k, marry or kill," and he put Solo in the "kill" category.

"She's just a s**tty person," Chmerkovskiy said. "You can have a s**tty life growing up, but if you're a bad person, there's no excuse for that."

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The two have been feuding ever since Hope released her book, Solo: A Memoir of Hope, in 2012. The 34-year-old alleged that the DWTS pro slapped her in the face during rehearsals for the ABC dancing competition show. Chmerkovskiy has denied the allegations.

"He manhandled me in rehearsals from the start, pushing me, whacking my stomach, bending my arms roughly," she wrote. "Maks was rough and mean with me, flinging me and pushing me around. I could see the shocked looks on the faces of the other dancers. ... He wanted my head in a specific position. To achieve that, he slapped me across the face. Hard."

ET caught up with Chmerkovskiy in May, where he admitted that he "made mistakes" and "may have come across as angry in some instances in the past" on the show. Watch the video below to hear more.