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

NCIS‘ star Pauley Perrette

NCIS‘ star Pauley Perrette Cliff Lipson CBS

However, over the weekend Pauley posted a series of tweets which suggested that her departure may have been related to "Multiple Physical Assaults" she experienced in the workplace, and in effect, the USA television network behind the show has released a statement.

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

The statement was released after Perrette, 49, penned a series of cryptic tweets following her departure from NCIS, after 15 seasons.

CBS Television Studios told the Daily News that the actress filed a "workplace concern" over a year ago, but declined to specify.

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It concluded: "We are committed to a safe work environment on all our shows". "I don't know", she wrote in a series of four tweets Saturday night and Sunday (see them below). You clearly don't know me.

Another of Perrette's tweets reads, "I've been supporting ant [i]-bullying programs forever".

The actress has not yet identified the man that she says "did it". 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.

"Maybe I'm wrong for not 'spilling the beans.' Telling the story, THE TRUTH".

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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".

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

The former husband of departing NCIS star Pauley Perrette, has sensationally accused the actress of stalking and sending him death threats. It's horrifying. I left. Stay safe. Nothing is worth your safety. "From day one, she has brought incredible passion and specificity to the role", Schenk and Cardea said in a joint statement (via Variety). Fans have been speculating, but we may never know for sure, unless she decides to share.

There have been rumours of a clash between Perrette and former NCIS costar Mark Harmon, who supposedly brought his rescue dog on-set despite its vicious past; the dog bit a crew member in October 2016, resulting in the need for stitches.

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