Pauley Perrette responds to CBS statement on "multiple physical assaults" tweets

Lawrence Kim
May 17, 2018

"You clearly don't know me", she continued.

Shortly after CBS issued its statement, Perrette again headed to Twitter to speak about the situation.

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.

Her final episode, the second in an emotional two-part sendoff which saw the goth scientist on the brink of death, drew 14.8 million viewers, the highest rating for the season so far.

NCIS fans didn't have time to cry over Pauley Perrette's exit from the hit CBS show since a lot has happened after the confirmation of her departure.

"I feel I have to protect my crew, jobs and so many people".

CBS, the network that airs NCIS, quickly responded to the claims with a statement to The Hollywood Reporter: 'Pauley Perrette had a terrific run on NCIS and we are all going to miss her.

While NCIS fans are still trying to pick up their jaws from Pauley Perrette's revelations, she has yet another scandal added under her belt.

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 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". "But now I KNOW because it was ME!" she wrote. Please leave me alone. She says it's "horrifying" if you're required to go to school or work where the bullying is taking place. Multiple physical assaults. I REALLY get it now.

CBS Television Studios told the Daily News that the actress filed a "workplace concern" over a year ago, but declined to specify. Stay safe. Nothing is worth your safety. "We are committed to a safe work environment on all our shows", it read.

However, in 2008 the State of California named Shivers a vexatious litigant, a term given to those who abuse the legal system with a series of meritless lawsuits created to subdue or silence their target - which in Shivers' case is Perrette.

Perette then thanked CBS for their support, writing on Twitter, "I want to thank my studio and network CBS They have always been so good to me and always had my back".

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