The NCIS mess isn't over!
Pauley Perrette, who quit the hit CBS drama amid set trouble exclusively reported by Radar, is now on the Twitter attack!
On Saturday night, Perrette, 49, mysteriously tweeted, apparently about leaving the show, "I refused to go low, that's why I've never told publicly what happened."
She continued in another tweet, "Maybe I'm wrong for not 'spilling the beans' Telling the story, THE TRUTH. I feel I have to protect my crew, jobs and so many people. But at what cost? I.don't know. Just know, I'm trying to do the right thing, but maybe silence isn't the right thing about crime. I'm... Just... ?"
Perrette then wrote on Twitter, "There is a 'machine' keeping me silent, and feeding FALSE stories about me. A very rich, very powerful publicity 'machine'. No morals, no obligation to truth, and I'm just left here, reading the lies, trying to protect my crew. Trying to remain calm. He did it."
The actress never said who "He" is or has yet elaborated on what her wild tweets were actually about.
On Sunday, May 13, Perrette tweeted again, telling her fans, "I've been supporting anti-bullying programs forever. But now I KNOW because it was ME! If it's school or work, that you're required to go to? It's horrifying. I left. Multiple Physical Assaults. I REALLY get it now. Stay safe. Nothing is worth your safety. Tell someone."
Radar previously reported that Perrette had other issues on the NCIS set.
Perrette said goodbye to the show with Tuesday night's heartbreaking episode. Radar revealed a feud with co-star Harmon had preceded her departure after 15 seasons.
In October 2016, Harmon's rescue dog, Dave, bit a crew member on the set of the CBS drama, leaving the victim with a gash that took 16 stitches to close.
"Mark was obviously horrified and made sure that Dave went through re-training and was frequently checked by his vet," a source told Radar. "Despite this, Mark made the decision to not bring Dave back to the set."
But last season, Harmon, 66, was forced to bring the dog to work because he had no one to watch him during an 18 to 19-hour shoot—something that didn't sit well with Perrette.
"Mark took precautions and made sure to keep Dave confined to his Airstream for the majority of the day," the insider claimed. "All of the cast and crew were fine with the arrangements, apart from Pauley."
Perrette was allegedly "furious" over Harmon bringing his pooch in and "refused to listen to him" when he tried to explain the situation.
"She didn't feel safe on set and didn't want to be around his dog," a source previously told Radar. "Pauley didn't agree with Mark exposing anyone else to a possible attack."
The Radar insider claimed she felt Harmon was "putting people in danger and was very upset."
"After that Pauley just lost it and starting shouting at Mark," the insider claimed. "She said that he should never have adopted a Pitbull in the first place."
But their feud didn't stop there, as the source claimed Perrette began to act like "a bit of a diva on set from that point on," allegedly refusing to shoot scenes with Harmon even as he tried to make amends.
The spy told Radar that Perrette, who played forensic scientist Abby Sciuto, also left the show because of her heartbreak over losing show runner Gary Glasberg, who died in his sleep at in September 2016. He was just 50 years old.
In October 2017, she announced she was leaving longtime ratings powerhouse NCIS.
"It is true that I am leaving NCIS after this season," she posted on Twitter. "It was a decision I made last year. I hope everyone will love and enjoy everything Abby not only for the rest of the season but for the rest of the season but for everything she has given all of us for 16 years. All the love, all the laughter, all the inspiration… I love her as much as you do."
Perrette is known for being open with her fans. Last year, she tweeted about being the victim of a sexual assault that had haunted her for years.
"I lost my virginity in a rape when I was 15, by a football player," she wrote.
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