As for the reference to false tabloid rumors, Perrette had tweeted out a statement in October that mentioned that she does not have a skin care line and that her network and show are not mad at her.
Nevertheless, she did give some small hint about what went down, writing, "I've been supporting anti-bullying programs forever". You clearly don't even know.
Perrette's final tweet on the topic alleges bullying and physical assault, saying she now understands why people don't report assault when it occurs at their school or place of work. "I left. Multiple Physical Assaults".
Perrette has unfortunately been dealing with negativity in her life for some time, and after recently announcing she was leaving "NCIS", claimed that her decision to quit was based on "Multiple Physical Assaults". Stay protected. Nothing really is really worth your safety. "But there are out sourcing articles on the market that are telling entire lies in me". But at what cost? "Tell someone (sic)", she tweeted. I.don't know. Just know, I'm trying to do the right thing, but maybe silence isn't the right thing about crime. I'm...
Perrette adds that "there is a "machine" keeping me silent and feeding FALSE stories about me". No doubts, no duty to real truth, also I'm only abandon, studying the slips, trying to secure my own crew.
Alluding to issues with her co-star, Mark Harmon, she noted that she has been trying to remain calm.
"NCIS" actress Pauley Perrette claims she was physically abused on the set of the CBS show.
"It makes me sad to imagine a world without Abby in it", she said. I did my best work for you. And I usually cry on my way home at some point.
Following the May 8 season finale of NCIS, Perrette began sharing some revealing tweets. "And I say, 'thank you, ' and I say, 'I love you, guys, ' because I do".
Neither agents for Perrette nor CBS immediately reacted to Foxnews' request remark about the situation.