The actress appeared in three "NCIS" episodes last season.
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."
Goodbye, goth genius.
"He grabbed me so forcefully, pinned my arm, punched me in the nose, forehead repeatedly telling me he was going to kill me."
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Pauley Perrette does not hold back her feelings. She can be pretty hardcore and pretty intense, but her intensity is beautifully balanced by a playful, childlike quality, not dissimilar to her character's -- gothic forensic scientist Abby Sciuto -- on NCIS.
I'm having a crazy fantasy: A woman -- who, in real life, recently lost interest in me -- is writhing around, singing along to Joan Jett's "I Hate Myself For Loving You" and tormented by my absence.
Have you ever had three glasses of complimentary champagne on an empty stomach and been introduced to Garry Marshall? I have, and -- as long as you're not driving -- it's a surreal experience I think you'd enjoy.