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

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

Perrette's final NCIS episode as beloved forensic scientist Abby Sciuto aired last week, and the actress recently opened up to ET about leaving the TV lab behind.

On Twitter, the actress launched into a series of tweets, alleging she had been the victim of "multiple physical assaults" during her time on the show. "But there are out sourcing articles on the market that are telling entire lies in me". If you believe them? "You clearly don't know me", she wrote over the weekend. "(Sorry guys, had to be said)". But at what cost?

'There is a "machine" keeping me silent, and feeding FALSE stories about me, ' Perrette added. No morals, no obligation to fact, and I'm simply left right here, studying the lies, attempting to guard my crew. "Trying to remain calm", she tweeted.

And Perrette seemed to imply that she had been assaulted, tweeting: 'I've been supporting anti-bullying programs forever. But now that I KNOW because it was ME! If it's college or work, that you just're required to go to? It's terrible. I left.

There may be more to Pauley Perrette's sudden departure from the long-running crime drama NCIS than originally thought.

What, exactly, happened on the set of N.C.I.S. to make Pauley Perrette leave after so many years? "We took the matter critically and labored together with her to discover a decision".

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'We are committed to a safe work environment on all our shows'. Perrette has not yet commented further beyond her tweets.

Yet despite her undisclosed alleged ordeal, Perrette said that she still mourns her exit from the show, and filming her final season - her last ever episode aired in the USA on May 8 - was next-level hard.

Perrette said the main reason she had stayed silent until this point was to protect the jobs of her fellow workers on NCIS, which has been renewed for a 16th season.

The actress did not identify who she is accusing for the alleged assaults.

Shivers also claims said that Perrette wrote "malicious, harassing and legally defamatory" to his associates after he was elected to the Hollywood United Neighborhood Council, and that she has continued to label him a stalker, despite never having been convicted on stalking charges. Everyone is there. Love you!

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