Alex Morgan apologizes for Disney World incident

Alex Morgan apologized for a Disney World spat that led to her and other Orlando City Soccer Club players being booted from Epcot Sunday.

Morgan was described as “highly impaired” and shouted she knew the Orlando SWAT team when Orange County sheriff’s deputies tried to escort her and a group of others away from the park Sunday, according to an incident report released Tuesday.

Morgan posted on her Twitter account Wednesday, “I want to apologize for my actions that occurred over the weekend. I will learn from this make sure it does not happen again. #liveandlearn.”

Morgan and Orlando City players Donny Toia and Giles Barnes were among six people listed on an Orange County Sheriff’s Office incident report documenting why they were escorted of the park and accused of trespass.

No charges were filed in connection with the incident after the players and their friends left the park.

Orlando Pride coach Tom Sermanni deferred to Orlando City SC for an official response during a National Women’s Soccer League conference call, but he did say he didn’t think the incident was a major issue and expected Morgan to play as usual on Saturday during the Pride’s semifinal match on the road against Portland.

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