WCBS-TV newsman Rob Morrison was arrested over the weekend after a fight with his wife, CBS MoneyWatch anchor Ashley Morrison, where he ended up with hands around her neck, police said.

On Tuesday, new allegations emerged that Morrison threatened to kill his wife after leaving red marks around her neck. The WCBS-TV anchor “threatened that if he was released from police custody, he would kill his wife,” according to court documents reported by the New York Daily News.

After the news broke, the country started wondering: Who’s Ashley Morrison?

The 40-year-old used to be the stocks editor at Bloomberg Television, according to Show Biz Daily, before becoming a business anchor for CBS MoneyWatch, a financial website. She offers investing, retirement, career, savings and real estate advice on the show.

She received a full scholarship to play tennis at North Carolina State University and appears in the new Steven Soderbergh film "Side Effects," with Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum and Jude Law, as a reporter.

But the nation doesn't have to have to wait for the movie for Ashley's drama to unfold.

Connecticut judge Kenneth Povodator ordered Morrison to stay away from the Darien home he shares with Ashley and their 7-year-old son, and to keep 100 yards away from his wife.

The restraining order is not in effect when the two are at work, since they are both employed by CBS.

According to the police report, the couple’s fight “not only reflects a serious incident, it reflects the likelihood of a serious history,” Povodator said.

It also came out Tuesday that there have been a series of NYPD reports that depict Morrison as a heavy-drinking, verbally abusive bully who lusts over Internet porn.

But he maintains that he never attacked his wife and the allegations against him are false.

“I did not choke my wife,” he told the Daily News. “I’ve never laid hands on my wife. I was just as surprised by that particular charge as probably everyone else was hearing about this story.”

After Morrison was arrested early Sunday morning, his mug shot was released. It shows the usually debonair anchorman with a fat lip and bloody nose, sporting an unsettling smirk.

He was charged with second-degree strangulation, a felony, along with misdemeanor threatening and disorderly conduct, according to police.

Authorities said he was caught “choking her by the neck with both hands.”

It’s not clear what the couple was fighting over, but sources revealed to various news outlets that Morrison has had a past of alcohol and anger issues.

The couple’s attorney referred to the matter as an “unfortunate incident,” according to the Associated Press.

"The Morrisons are confident that a full review of this matter will show that the allegations have been greatly exaggerated," attorney Robert Skovgaard said in the statement.