Who stabbed Marco Pappa? Gruesome pics, details emerge
Just when you thought this story couldn't get any wilder, think again.
Major League Soccer standout Marco Pappa and former Miss Washington Stormy Keffeler provided conflicting accounts to police regarding a Dec. 17 stabbing incident, this according to a released report.
Pappa, a Guatemalan international who was traded to the Colorado Rapids from the Seattle Sounders in December, suffered a three-inch stab wound to the abdomen and was rushed to emergency surgery at Harborview Medical Center in King County, Wash.
Specifics were unclear for weeks until TMZ Sports released photos of the incident on Friday:
TMZ Sports also provided copy of the 911 call -- which can be watched in the video above.
Investigators founds blood throughout Pappa's residence, including on the bathroom wall, kitchen floor and kitchen counter. A bloody kitchen knife reportedly was taken into evidence.
Papa denied Keffeler stabbed him after stating he was too drunk to remember and changing his account multiple times. The police report can be found below:
Police have made no arrests and no charges have been filed.
Oddly enough, Keffeler’s issues are not confined to this case. The ex-Lingerie Football League player resigned from her Miss Washington post after failing to disclose her DUI conviction before the pageant.
The Colorado Rapids released the following statement regarding Pappa's status:
"We are aware of the situation and have notified Major League Soccer. We have spoken with the player and will cooperate with the League on their evaluation of this matter. At this time we will have no further comment."
FOXSoccer.com's Lindsay Claiborn contributed to this report.