Rob Morrison Tell All

Rob Morrison Tell All, Disgraced news anchor Rob Morrison is plotting his return to the limelight with plans for a tell-all book, according to reports.

The former presenter at WCBS will write an autobiography which tells the story of his TV career and troubled marriage to fellow star Ashley Morrison.

Morrison, 44, resigned from his $300,000-a-year job in February as police accused him of choking his Moneywatch anchor wife in a 'drunken rage'

Several allegations have since emerged about the couple's difficult past with Rob Morrison accused of infidelity and previous incidents of domestic violence.

He denies the charges and believes he can set the record straight in his book, according to the New York Daily News.

The newspaper also claims the former TV star hopes the book will be turned into a TV show.

Mrs Morrison, who is living in the couple's $1.26million Connecticut home with their 7-year-old son, has returned to work following the incident.

According to the newspaper, colleagues have made her welcome but she has not returned to the studio where her husband used to work.

'The network is being very careful to reintroduce Ashley slowly,' a source told the Daily News. “They think it’s too soon to return her to everyone after what happened and Rob accused of choking her.”

Rob Morrison was arrested on February 17 at the couple's luxury property and charged with attempting to strangle his wife in a drunken row.

Morrison appeared in court on February 20 and is due to return on March 26.

He did not formally enter a plea but denied assaulting his wife while speaking to the media shortly before the hearing.

'I did not choke my wife. I have never laid my hands on my wife,' he said. 'I was just as surprised by that particular charge as probably was everyone else whose heard about this story.'

He posted $100,000 bail and is under a court order to stay out of the house and remain at least 100 yards away from Mrs Morrison at all times.

He has said he wants to stay married to his wife but faces up to five years in prison if he is found guilty.

Ashley's mother Martha Risk has spoken out against her son, who she has described as violent. He says he has a strained relationship with his mother-in-law.

Following the incident last month Morrison was pictured with a bloodied nose and lip himself.

He would not comment on his injuries but said the altercation he had with his wife was the kind of argument 'any family would have'.

At his first court appearance, police said they had been called at least eight times to break up fights between Rob and Ashley Morrison, beginning in 2003.

They were all described as verbal altercations apart from one incident where Morrison was arrested but court papers remain sealed.

Following the latest incident, the couple released a joint statement saying events had been 'greatly exaggerated'.

Police were called to the incident by Mrs Risk, who had been contacted by Mr Morrison in the course of the dispute.

Officers arrived at 1.30am.

Following the arrest they released a statement claiming Ashley Morrison had been choked.

'Upon arrival, it was ascertained that Morrison had been becoming increasingly belligerent toward his wife during the course of the evening, culminating in his choking her by the neck with both hands,' the Darien Police Department said in a statement.

Morrison is a former foreign correspondent who worked in Afghanistan and Haiti,

The former local news anchor did not enter a plea at the hearing at Stamford Supreme Court before Judge Kenneth Povodator, the Darien News reported.

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