She went on to claim that a "machine" was "keeping [her] silent" and "feeding FALSE stories about [her]", adding, "He did it".
"I've been supporting ant-bullying programs forever". Now, CBS has officially responded to the allegations.
Perrette took issue with tabloids spreading lies about her, but argued that she was trying to protect her cast and crew from further scrutiny by keeping mum on the matter.
The Almost Famous star subtly raised concerns regarding her time on NCIS, claiming: "Maybe I'm wrong for not "spilling the beans" Telling the story, THE TRUTH".
When she initially announced she was leaving NCIS in October of past year, she made it clear that her relationship with CBS was totally fine, and it had nothing to do with her departure.
Pauley Perrette, who played the forensic scientist Abby Sciuto in the show for fifteen seasons before her final episode was aired in the U.S. last week, has alleged that she left the show due to physical abuse.
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"Pauley Perrette had a terrific run on NCIS and we are all going to miss her", a spokesperson for the network stated (via Entertainment Tonight).
The activist went on to tell her followers that she is "trying to do the right thing", noting that "silence isn't the right thing about crime".
Pauley Perrette's ex-husband Coyote Shivers, who she was married to from 2000 to 2006, filed a personal injury case against the former NCIS star for stalking him and harassing people in his life. While she hasn't provided a concrete reason for her departure from the popular show, her tweets left many speculating that the alleged abuse may be an impetus. Please leave me alone. If it's school or work, that you're required to go to?
It has been a tough week for the actress who just days ago hinted that she experienced "multiple physical assaults" during her 15-year stint on the NCIS. Stay safe. Nothing is worth your safety. "We are committed to a safe work environment on all our shows". "I don't know", she wrote in a series of four tweets Saturday night and Sunday (see them below). "They have always been so good to me and always had my back". "Abby is a character that inspires millions of fans around the world, and all of us at NCIS are appreciative of Pauley for portraying her".
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