Pauley Perrette responds to CBS' acknowledgement of her 'physical assaults' claims

  • Pauley Perrette responds to CBS' acknowledgement of her 'physical assaults' claims

Pauley Perrette responds to CBS' acknowledgement of her 'physical assaults' claims

Perrette, who played goth forensic scientist Abby Scuito on the hit crime procedural for 15 seasons, alleged that she suffered multiple physical assaults during her tenure on the show. "(Sorry guys, had to be said)".

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".

The actress appeared on the show for 15 years as Abby Sciuto. Whether she was subjected to harm in her personal or professional life also isn't specified, though her mention of her "crew, jobs and so many people" seems to indicate the set of NCIS itself rather than any relationship issues. But at what cost? "You clearly don't know me", she continued.

Perrette's final NCIS episode aired last Friday.

"Pauley Perrette had a terrific run on NCIS and we are all going to miss her", an official reaction from CBS said.

The network did not dispute her claim, saying that it had cooperated with Perrette "to find a resolution".

It concluded: "We are committed to a safe work environment on all our shows".

Pauley Perrette Responds To CBS Statement Regarding Tweets About “Multiple Physical Assaults” On Set – Update

The actress left the series for good on May 8.

The actress thanked fans on Twitter for their support and expressed hope that the good work she had done was enough.

At the time of the tweetstorm, the American network didn't have a public response, but now it has released a statement about the matter.

While it sounds like the matter has been resolved prior to her NCIS exit, it remains to be seen whether or not Perrette will pursue any other avenues in the future.

"There is a "machine" keeping me silent, and feeding FALSE stories about me".

CBS Television Studios told the Daily News that the actress filed a "workplace concern" over a year ago, but declined to specify. "A very rich, very powerful publicity 'machine.' No morals, no obligation to truth, and I'm just left here, reading the lies, trying to protect my crew". If any Twitter followers believe the allegations against her, she asks that people "please leave me alone". Trying to remain calm.

Another of Perrette's tweets reads, "I've been supporting ant [i]-bullying programs forever". "After a lot of thought, I chose to announce it myself on Twitter because I didn't want it to be turned into anything 'shocking.' Abby leaving is more than a cheap TV ploy".