CBS Responds to Pauley Perrette's On-Set Assault Accusations

CBS Responds to Pauley Perrette's On-Set Assault Accusations

When reached for comment about her tweets, Perrette's rep told Page Six, "I have no comment on the Pauley Perrette tweets nor does she other than what she writes there". You should leave me alone. "And then I take a deep breath, and I go, 'All right, ' you know?"

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In four tweets over the weekend, Perrette talked about why she hasn't publicly discussed her reason for leaving. "Trying to remain calm", she tweeted. "I don't know", she continued. It's terrible. I left. Stay protected. Nothing really is really worth your safety.

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.

Although it looked as though the celebrity has been hinting she left the series after some on-set play, and her second tweets succeeded at anything far more nefarious and physically taxing. In a statement a year ago announcing her departure, the actress wrote, "There have been all kinds of false stories as to why [she was leaving]".

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"Pauley Perrette had a terrific run on NCIS and we are all going to miss her", a spokesperson for the studio said in a statement given to ET on Tuesday. Last fall, she said she was raped in high school by a football player.

Some followers rallied around Perrette on social media and hailed her for sharing. We took the matter seriously and worked with her to find a resolution.

Perrett's last appearance on the show, as goth scientist Abby Scuito, aired on May 8.

The actress did not identify who she is accusing for the alleged assaults. She also explained how she dealt with being stalked for years, and her obsession with true crime.

CBS has not yet responded to requests from multiple outlets for comment on the story.

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