Sport Report: Alex Morgan was ‘highly impaired’ at Disney, said she knew SWAT team

18:24  04 october  2017
18:24  04 october  2017 Source:   The Sports Daily

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Alex Morgan was among a group of people who were issued citations at Walt Disney World over the weekend, and police say the US women’s Morgan also is said to have claimed she knew members of the Orlando SWAT team . “ She appeared to be highly impaired ,” the report said of Morgan .

Alex Morgan was " highly impaired " and yelling at Disney staffers, this according to the police report . Now, it seems Morgan 's entire group was HAMMERED -- with Morgan allegedly bragging that she knows the Orlando SWAT team in an effort to pressure officers to let her go.

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The U.S. soccer star was apparently shouting that she knew the Orlando SWAT team , for some reason. Alex Morgan 's "Sunday Funday" at Disney World came to an abrupt end. She appeared to be highly impaired ." The report goes on to say a deputy heard Morgan "make a loud verbal

A " highly impaired " Alex Morgan was among a group of four people who were told by police to leave Disney World on Sunday. Deputy Johnson heard Ms. Morgan make a loud verbal statement that she knows the Orlando SWAT team ."

Alex Morgan was among a group of people who were issued citations at Walt Disney World over the weekend, and police say the US women’s soccer star was very intoxicated and causing a scene when she was asked to leave the premises.

According to an incident report obtained by TMZ, Morgan and the group of people she was with — which included several other pro soccer players — were “impaired and verbally aggressive.” MLS player Giles Barnes was the first to be escorted out of the Epcot Center theme park, and officers were called about the other members of their group on the way out. One officer said Morgan was “yelling, screaming and taking video and possibly pictures.”

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Morgan also is said to have claimed she knew members of the Orlando SWAT team.

“She appeared to be highly impaired,” the report said of Morgan. “Deputy Johnson heard Ms. Morgan make a loud verbal statement that she knows the Orlando SWAT team.”

Four people ended up being kicked out of Epcot and issued citations. The group included Morgan, Barnes and MLS player Danny Toia.

Morgan’s husband is also a fellow soccer star, but he was not one of the people who was escorted out of Epcot and it’s unclear if he was with the group at the time.

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