Pauley Perrette 'Terrified' of NCIS Star Mark Harmon, Revives 'Assault' Declare

Simply over a 12 months after first cryptically alluding to “a number of bodily assaults” on the NCIS set, Pauley Perrette has shed extra mild on her claims — and in doing do put collection lead Mark Harmon within the crosshairs.

In a Friday tweet that didn’t seem like in response to something particularly, the NCIS alum mentioned, “NO I AM NOT COMING BACK! EVER! (Please cease asking?) I'm terrified of Harmon and him attacking me. I've nightmares about it.”

Two hours later, she adopted that up with close-up images of a crew member who, lore has it, was bitten by Harmon’s canine on-set in October 2016. (TMZ reported on the time that the crew member had been “roughhousing” with the then three-year-old pit bull combine, and required 16 stitches for his harm.)

“You suppose I didn’t count on blow again? You bought me mistaken,” Perrette’s second Friday tweet learn. “THIS occurred To my crew member and I fought like hell to maintain it from taking place once more! To guard my crew! After which I used to be bodily assaulted for saying NO!? and I misplaced my job.”

CBS didn't instantly reply to TVLine’s request for touch upon Perrette’s June 7 tweets.

Perrette final appeared in NCIS’ penultimate Season 15 episode (airing Could 8, 2018), wherein Abby dedicated herself to following in fallen colleague Clayton Reeves’ footsteps by shepherding a charity for homeless girls. Abby shared heartfelt, in-person farewells with everybody on the staff… besides for Harmon’s Gibbs, with whom she as an alternative exchanged a conspicuously edited ASL goodbye throughout his entrance garden:

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Days after mentioned NCIS sendoff, Perrette alluded on Twitter to “a number of bodily assaults” on the CBS drama’s set, however declined to enter any element. “I refused to go low, that’s why I’ve by no means informed publicly what occurred,” she wrote then. “I’m attempting to do the correct factor, however perhaps silence isn’t the correct factor about crime.”

She additionally claimed {that a} “very wealthy, very highly effective publicity ‘machine'” was “protecting [her] silent,” and but she cryptically maintained: “He did it.”

CBS on the time responded with an announcement saying, “Over a 12 months in the past, Pauley got here to us with a office concern. We took the matter critically and labored along with her to discover a decision. We're dedicated to a protected work atmosphere on all our reveals.”

Perrette is about to return to CBS in 2020, starring alongside Jane the Virgin‘s Jaime Camil within the midseason comedy Broke.

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