• Ashley and Rob Morrison – Will the domestic violence programme work?

    High Profile TV anchors – will the domestic violence programme work?

    Ashley and Rob Morrison, the high profile TV anchor couple, who separated following a domestic violence incident, are back together according to sources.

    Eight previous calls to police, one of which resulted in an arrest, a history of domestic violence and after a further incident in February 2013 Morrison was arrested after police accused him of choking his wife Ashley in a drunken rage.

    Despite the severity and the history Morrison has been given the opportunity to make a plea. He gets to attend two domestic violence programmes, get help for substance abuse, and has agreed to take random tests re substance abuse and keep out of trouble for the next two years, all of this to prevent the case going to trial.

    How much writing has to be on the wall for perpetrators to be sent to prison for their behaviour! Was he allowed the opportunity to make a plea due to the fact that he is in the public arena – a type of ‘celebrity’.

    Most perpetrators play the part when some kind of ‘restriction’ is hanging over them, some do not, but what happens when the two years are up. Here you have a perpetrator, where the violence and aggression appears to have escalated, culminating in him allegedly choking his wife, who has also lost his $300.000 job as a CBS Anchorman – lets hope the domestic violence programme works!

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