Pauley Perrette is thanking “my studio and community CBS” a number of days after she posted cryptic tweets implying that she left “NCIS” due to what she calls a “crime.” After Perrette tweeted Sunday about “a number of bodily assaults,” CBS issued an announcement saying that the actress approached them a few “office concern” and that they “labored together with her to discover a decision.”
On Tuesday night time, Perrette tweeted, “I need to thank my studio and community CBS They’ve at all times been so good to me and at all times had my again.”
Perrette initially informed CBS “Sunday Morning” earlier this month that she was leaving “NCIS” as a result of she was rising disillusioned with fame, and needed to concentrate on activism and spending time together with her canine.
“It makes me unhappy to think about a world with out Abby in it,” she mentioned. “It actually makes me unhappy.”
However after her remaining episode aired,“I refused to go low, that is why I’ve by no means informed publicly what occurred.”
Then she posted a string of tweets saying she by no means went public together with her accusations as a result of she needed to guard the roles of individuals on the present, and mentioned that “a really wealthy, very highly effective publicity ‘machine'” is holding her silent. She added the cryptic accusation, “He did it.”
She additionally wrote, “I left. A number of Bodily Assaults. I REALLY get it now. Keep secure. Nothing is value your security. Inform somebody.”
CBS Tv Studios issued an announcement on Tuesday, saying Perrette had a “terrific run on NCIS and we’re all going to overlook her.”
The assertion continued, “Over a yr in the past, Pauley got here to us with a office concern. We took the matter critically and labored together with her to discover a decision. We’re dedicated to a secure work atmosphere on all our reveals.”
Neither Perrette nor CBS have given specifics on the actress’ accusations.