CBS responds to Pauley Perrette’s tweets about ‘bodily assaults’ after NCIS exit




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CBS responds to Pauley Perrette's tweets about 'bodily assaults' after NCIS exit

CBS is responding to Pauley Perrette’s cryptic tweets.

On Tuesday, May 15, 2018, CBS Tv Studios issued an announcement after the previous NCIS star made obscure allegations of false reporting, bullying, and bodily assault following her exit from the long-running drama final week.

“Pauley Perrette had a terrific run on NCIS and we’re all going to overlook her,” a spokesperson for the community acknowledged (by way of Leisure Tonight). “Over a yr in the past, Pauley got here to us with a office concern. We took the matter severely and labored along with her to discover a decision. We’re dedicated to a secure work setting on all our reveals.”

In response, Perrette tweeted, “I need to thank my studio and community CBS. They’ve all the time been so good to me and all the time had my again.”

As Nicki Swift beforehand reported, the 49-year-old actress made headlines earlier this week after she took to Twitter with claims that she’d been bullied and bodily assaulted a number of occasions on the set of certainly one of her reveals.

“I refused to go low, that is why I’ve by no means instructed publicly what occurred,” Perrette wrote. “However there are tabloid articles on the market which can be telling complete lies about me. For those who imagine them? Please depart me alone. You clearly do not know me. (Sorry guys, needed to be stated).”

She went on to declare “machine” was “holding [her] silent” and “feeding FALSE tales about [her],” including, “He did it.” The actress continued, “Possibly I am mistaken for not ‘spilling the beans’ Telling the story, THE TRUTH. I really feel I’ve to guard my crew, jobs and so many individuals. However at what value?”

On the time of this writing, Perrette has not but clarified the tabloid articles in query, what allegedly occurred, or whom “he” is. Nevertheless, her subsequent tweet implied that the incidents befell on the set of NCIS.

“I have been supporting ant-bullying applications ceaselessly. However now I KNOW as a result of it was ME!” she wrote. “If it is faculty or work, that you simply’re required to go to? It is horrifying. I left. A number of Bodily Assaults. I REALLY get it now. Keep secure. Nothing is price your security. Inform somebody.”

Perrette confirmed that she was leaving NCIS final October, after portraying the goth-chic Forensic Scientist, Abby Sciuto, for 15 seasons.




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