"My rape led me into a series of abusive relationships, awful self-worth, and self-blame, dismissing a few groping incidents, allowing myself to be bullied by a powerful man for way too long in a work environment until I finally said enough and took no more words from anyone, including myself that being complacent was 'good behavior, '" she wrote. "But now I KNOW because it was ME!" If it's school or work you're required to go to? You should leave me alone. I REALLY get it now.
The actress was vague about the alleged incidents and did not mention her longtime role on "NCIS", but her Twitter spree was posted only a few days after her final episode of the show, leading to speculation that she was referring to "NCIS" and her departure.
"I never met THAT Harvey Weinstein, but I sure know him, in different shapes, sizes and names", she tweeted. In the subsequent tweets, she claimed that she hadn't gone public with the real reason she left the show out of a sense of obligation to the crew and all the people who would lose their jobs if she did. But at what cost? "But now I KNOW because it was ME!" she tweeted.More news: Russian Federation qualify for 2019 World Cup in Japan after Romania docked points
Perrette addresses false reports of her in a series of tweets, urging fans to "tell someone" if they find themselves in an unsafe situation. "A very rich, very powerful publicity "machine".
Alluding to issues with her co-star, Mark Harmon, she noted that she has been trying to remain calm. "Tell someone (sic)", she tweeted.
Perrette, who played forensic scientist Abby Sciuto, left the long-running CBS crime drama after 15 seasons on the series in an episode aired last week. I Want the world to watch. At the time, it was publicly viewed as a professional decision.More news: Google Pixel Buds add double-tap to skip track and more
Canadian musician Coyote Shivers filed a personal injury case in April against Perrette, accusing her of intentionally trying to harm his reputation. I did my best work for you. I usually cry on my way home at some point.
When Pauley Perrette announced that she would be leaving NCIS this year, after being on the show since it premiered in 2003 and playing one of its most beloved characters, many were left confused as to why. "I hope everyone will love and enjoy EVERYTHING ABBY not only for the rest of this season but for everything she has given all of us for 16 years".
Us Weekly has reached out to Perrette's rep for a comment regarding the allegations.More news: The 'Deadpool 2' Post-Credits Scene Gets Justice for Ryan Reynolds
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