"Highly impaired" Alex Morgan and other MLS players escorted out of Disney World

U.S. forward Alex Morgan (13) scores her second goal of the night in the second half of an international friendly soccer match against New Zealand at Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati, on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017. (Sam Greene/The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP)

ORLANDO, Fla. – Former Portland Thorns player Alex Morgan and other Major League Soccer players were asked to leave Disney World theme park on Sunday, ESPN reports.

According to an Orange County Sheriff’s Office incident report obtained by ESPN, police approached the group and assisted a “highly impaired” Morgan out of the park.

Morgan currently plays in the National Women’s Soccer League for the Orlando Pride.

Other Major League Soccer players Giles Barney and Donny Toia, and Toia’s wife Courtney, were also with Morgan, ESPN said.

The ESPN article says the incident began when Barnes cut in line and was escorted out of the park after an argument.

Donny Toia is accused of being aggressive toward staff and police.

ESPN said Morgan, Barnes and the Toias were all given trespass warnings.

Wednesday morning, Morgan posted an apology on Twitter.

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