Pauley Perrette, who tweeted over the weekend that she left "NCIS" because of 'multiple physical assaults, ' is being sued by ex-husband Coyote Shivers in a personal injury case in which he accuses her of trying to ruin his reputation.
"NCIS" celebrity Pauley Perrette claims she was physically abused onto the record of the CBS series. She has been on the show since the beginning, but she will not be returning for the upcoming sixteenth season.
Perrette played Abby Sciuto for 352 episodes of the series. Opening with a Michelle Obama quote, Perrette said that she refused to go low, but couldn't stand by while untrue stories about her were being sold to the media.
"Just know, I'm trying to do the right thing, but maybe silence isn't the right thing about crime", she tweeted the following day.
It is unclear who "he" is, as Perrette concluded, "I've been supporting ant-bullying programs forever". Stay safe. Nothing is worth your safety.
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While she doesn't specifically detail what she's referring to, she continues tweeting, "Maybe I'm wrong for not "spilling the beans" Telling the story, THE TRUTH". "It's horrifying. I left", she wrote, not naming her abuser or "NCIS" directly. "But now I KNOW because it was ME!" she tweeted. "A very rich, very powerful publicity 'machine, '" the former NCIS Season 15 star described that mysterious thing.
Alluding to issues with her co-star, Mark Harmon, she noted that she has been trying to remain calm. "I'm still grieving. And it's sad". And you know what I said? I, like, usually cry in my vehicle every single day when I drive to work. On Twitter, however, she told a different story. I usually cry on my way home at some point.
Perrette announced in October that she was leaving the show and aired her last episode on May 8.
"I will definitely miss Abby", she admitted. Now, however - and likely in the context of the #MeToo movement - she is questioning whether silence is really the most appropriate response to what she calls a "crime".
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