Former USWNT goalkeeper Hope Solo has DUI 

Discussed rehab and postpartum depression

Former United States goalkeeper Hope Solo for drunk driving

spoke on a podcast four months after he was arrested,

saying it was the worst mistake of his life

and the inability to function without any support was to be blamed.

Solo was arrested on March 31 and charged with drunk driving,

After resisting arrest and protesting child abuse

Former NFL player Jeremy Stevens accompanied him in the back seat.

There was also THC in the system and the blood-alcohol level was 0.24%,

Which was more than three times the legal limit in North Carolina.

Solo entered an alcohol treatment program and received a suspended 24-month sentence last month.

And a fine of $2,500 and $600 was imposed for the cost of the laboratory tests.