Ryan Dorsey is asking his fans for privacy after he and his wife, Naya Rivera, made headlines last weekend.

On Saturday, Dorsey called 911 to report the actress’ “violent behavior.” An officer was dispatched to the scene, and Rivera was later on booked at the police station. The “Glee” alum’s photo was also released thereafter.

But two days after Rivera’s arrest, TMZ obtained a copy of the 911 call that Dorsey made on Saturday evening. “I just need a police officer. My wife’s out of control,” he said. Dorsey also said that his wife was “getting physical.” However, he said that there were no weapons used during their altercation.

Dorsey’s dad was also at their house when the incident occurred. But the actor said that Rivera did not involve his dad. He also told the 911 responder that the 30-year-old actress had been drinking.

“Got a disturbance in Chesapeake. Caller’s saying his wife is causing problems in the residence, has been drinking. Last info, call taker could hear a disturbance in the background and had an open line. Lost connection and just getting a busy signal,” an officer said in the audio.

However, Rivera did not undergo a field sobriety test and no officer confirmed if she was indeed intoxicated at the time of her arrest, according to People.

On Tuesday, Dorsey penned a lengthy post on his Twitter account reminding his followers that what they’ve been reading in the news is not reality TV, but real life. He also acknowledged the fact that it’s a difficult time for him and his wife and asked everyone to respect their privacy.

“I ask everyone especially the ‘media’ please respect our privacy and treat us/this situation how you would want a loved one to be treated,” he wrote.

Following Rivera’s arrest, her ex-fiancé, Big Sean, seemingly threw shade at the actress. On his Twitter account, the rapper uploaded a video of a young girl who kept saying “I told y’all.” Rivera and Big Sean’s engagement ended after the actress accused him of cheating on her with Ariana Grande.