Pauley Perrette Suggests That 'Multiple Physical Assaults' Led To Her 'NCIS' Exit

Pauley Perrette Implies She Was Physically Assaulted on the Set of 'NCIS': 'Nothing Is Worth Your Safety'

Pauley Perrette Implies She Was Physically Assaulted on the Set of 'NCIS': 'Nothing Is Worth Your Safety'

Opening with a Michelle Obama quote, Perrette said that she refused to go low, but couldn't stand by while untrue stories about her were being sold to the media. "Please leave me alone", she tweeted. "I don't know", she wrote.

A day later, Perrette posted three more tweets, in which she claimed a "machine" is "keeping me silent" and alleged that there were "multiple physical assaults".

Clearly struggling with how much to say, she said she had to withhold the truth to "protect my crew, jobs and so many people". But at what cost?

"A very rich, very powerful publicity "machine", she tweeted. "Trying to remain. He did it". "I don't know", she continued. Hopefully Hollywood sticks to their new rule that if you act like a jerk at work, you're going to be fired. It's terrible. I left. On Twitter Sunday, Perrette said she was the victim of "multiple physical assaults". In a statement past year announcing her departure, the actress wrote, "There have been all kinds of false stories as to why [she was leaving]". "I hope everyone will love and enjoy EVERYTHING ABBY not only for the rest of this season but for everything she has given all of us for 16 years". We took the matter seriously and worked with her to find a resolution.

While Perrette didn't elaborate on what "he" did, looking back she believes that she was bullied on the NCIS set.

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Perrette's final episode of NCIS aired May 8 and drew a season-high 14.8 million viewers. "Just...?" she said, adding that "false" stories are being spread about her. I did my best work for you.

As earlier reported, the star claimed at that her choice to abandon was made the preceding year also that it was simply the flawless time, immediately after 16 years in the series, for her to step aside for new matters.

The actress stated that "He did it", but did not clarify to whom she was referring.

According to Deadline, CBS TV studios released a statement in relation to the tweets Monday afternoon.

Representatives for CBS and Perrette did not immediately respond to V.F.'s request for comment.

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