Transcript for Daughter of Tennis Ref Accused of Killing Husband Says She's Innocent
about a shocking murder case. The u.S. Open umpire accused of beating her 80-year-old husband to death with a coffee mug. Lois goodman has been released on boil. Reporter: Police say lois goodman is a cold-blooded killer, who brutally beat her husband to death and lied to police to cover up her crime. Her daughter says, that could not be further from the truth. My mother would never do anything like this. She's completely innocent. Reporter: This morning, allison rogers, surrounded by her husband and her mother's attorneys, is firing back. Calling the charges against goodman, insane. I never saw them fight. They were a lovely, loving couple. They were happily married. This is completely ridiculous. Reporter: But police and prutors say just the opposite. In court documents they paint a picture of an angry woman, who smashed alan goodman in the head with a mug, and left him bleeding. Investigators believed her story until a coroner's investigation noticed multiple puts on alan's head and ordered an autopsy, leading to a homicide investigation. We did an autopsy. And it was determined he died at the hands of another. Reporter: Police arrested GOODMAN AUGUST 14th, RIGHT Before the u.S. Open tennis tournament she was set to referee. When she was released from bail on sunday, she was still wearing her uniform. She's a small, nice, warm-hearted person. When I visited her and saw her the first time, she was just like, why? I did everything they asked. I told them what I know. Why am I here? Reporter: Now, as she awaits her trial, her family says she's trying to move on. By focusing on the sport she loves. Tennis was her life. Even in our conversation today, she was discussing with me on how she was planning on working from home, organizing the officials, you know, for the different matches. She's in shock. I mean, this is insane. Reporter: For "good morning
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