The Huffington Post reports that the actress has previous shared an account of being attacked by a homeless man who beat her and threatened her life. "But there are out sourcing articles on the market that are telling entire lies in me".
Following her exit from the series, Perrette shared that she was "so anxious about you guys for Tuesdays episode of the #GoodbyeAbby". If you believe them? You should leave me alone. "But now I KNOW because it was ME!" "(Sorry guys, had to be said)", she wrote in the first of a series of tweets.
It didn't end there though.
A day after her initial tweet regarding N.C.I.S. over the weekend, Perrette elaborated with a few more: "Maybe I'm wrong for not 'spilling the beans, '" she wrote.
Clearly struggling with how much to say, she said she had to withhold the truth to "protect my crew, jobs and so many people". "But at what cost?" I.don't know. Just know, I'm trying to do the right thing, but maybe silence isn't the right thing about crime. I'm...
According to Indie Wire, Perrette had been a victim of assault previously.
On Saturday, May 12, Perrette posted a message stating why she had yet to speak publicly about her departure.
"No morals, no obligation to truth, and I'm just left here, reading the lies, trying to protect my crew".
Alluding to issues with her co-star, Mark Harmon, she noted that she has been trying to remain calm.
Yet despite her undisclosed alleged ordeal, Perrette said that she still mourns her exit from the show, and filming her final season - her last ever episode aired in the United States on May 8 - was next-level hard. "But now I KNOW because it was ME!" she tweeted.
"I've been supporting ant-bullying programs forever", she continued. And then I take a deep breath and I go, "All right, ' you know?" "If it's school or work, that you're required to go to?" Stay protected. Nothing really is really worth your safety.
The actress, whose last episode on the CBS series aired on May 8, took to Twitter to defend herself after stories surfaced about why she left the show after playing forensic specialist Abby Sciuto for 15 seasons. "Tell someone", she concluded.
As earlier reported, the star claimed at that her choice to abandon was made the preceding year also that it was simply the ideal time, immediately after 16 years in the series, for her to step aside for new matters.
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