The former "NCIS: New Orleans" showrunner is the fourth high-profile figure to be ousted from the network in the last year.
The "NCIS" actress said earlier that a publicity "machine" was keeping her silent about the assaults.
CBS confirmed that Perrette "came to us with a workplace concern."
Join actor, musician LL Cool J, who stars on "NCIS: Los Angeles" and hosts the hit "Lip Sync Battle" on Spike TV, as he comes to BUILD to talk about both shows.
His cousin, George Clooney, paid tribute to the actor on Thursday.
You'll probably recognize the newest NCISagent: Wilmer Valderrama is joining the long-running CBS drama as a series regular
Don't suggest to CCH Pounder that she's a "mother figure" on NCIS: New Orleans. "I didn't see anything that made me want
The first lady is becoming a prime-time regular.
"He grabbed me so forcefully, pinned my arm, punched me in the nose, forehead repeatedly telling me he was going to kill me."
Veteran's Day is a good time to ask how it can be that while so many TV shows and movies find inspiration in the sacrifice of our servicemen and women -- and yet find so little opportunity to hire Veterans to tell these stories?
I wish Cote de Pablo had returned in a better show that gave her the freedom to exercise her wit and charm. Here, she just seemed nothing more than a mannequin in lovely costumes, lost in a wannabe epic.