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Mark Harmon To CBS: Shut Pauley Perrette Up Or I'll Sue!

Pauley Perrette Says She's Still Terrified Of Mark Harmon
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Jun. 27 2019, Updated 6:58 p.m. ET

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"You'd better rein in Pauley Perrette — or I’ll sue her!”

That was the shocking demand made by mega-star Mark Harmon in a conference call with CBS execs after he was publicly pummeled with abuse charges made by his former NCIS co-star Perrette, sources tell

“Mark told them he hasn’t hired a lawyer — yet, but is ready to take legal action if she continues to claim he assaulted and intimidated her!” said a source close to the 67-year-old.

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Perrette, 50, claimed Harmon “body checked” her and pushed up against her on the set, a source said.

She even publicly slammed her nemesis on Twitter earlier this month, tweeting "I am terrified of Harmon and him attacking me. I have nightmares about it."

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“Pauley has made it seem as if he got physical with her, which he insists he never did!” the source dished. “Mark feels the whole thing has gotten out of hand and wants CBS to do something before he is forced to!”

And while the network is set to launch her new sitcom, Broke, this fall, Harmon is by far the bigger star — and expects the network to support him.

“Mark is starting to have his PR people put out a positive story about him to counteract all the negative stuff,” spilled the source.

“But he’s still looking for meaningful backup from the network!”

Harmon and CBS did not respond to requests for comment.



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