Orlando Pride star Alex Morgan, friends kicked out of Epcot, deputies say

Incident happened on Sunday

1989: Soccer star Alex Morgan is born in San Dimas, California. She helped Team USA to an Olympic gold medal at the 2012 London Games and the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup champion. She also was a member U.S. squad that finished with silver at the

ORLANDO, Fla – The Orange County Sheriff's office said Orlando Pride star Alex Morgan and two MLS soccer players were ejected from Disney Oct. 1. 

Deputies said Morgan was with MLS players Giles Barnes and Donny Toia​ and his wife, Courtney when they were asked to leave a bar in Epcot after an altercation broke out. Barnes was asked to leave the U.K. pub after he cut the line in front of another patron. A verbal argument broke out between the pair and cursing ensued, according to the arrest report. 

Deputies said Morgan and her friends were being escorted out of another part of the park. She was 'highly impaired,' yelling, screaming and possibly taking pictures, the report said. Donald Toia and his wife Courtney Toia were also seen being being "verbally aggressive" by the manager at the pub and at deputies.

The group was taken into a conference room, deputies said, and wanted to argue about why they were being ejected from Disney. 

Morgan took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to offer an apology for the incident.

"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," she tweeted.

Morgan is a star player for the local Orlando Pride as well as the U.S. Womens National Soccer Team, where for the latter she has been a key contributor to squads winning both an Olympic Gold Medal and the World Cup.