Mark Harmon would have "checked his body" on the series "NCIS" by Pauley Perrette: report


Former NCIS actor Pauley Perrette was allegedly attacked by co-star Mark Harmon, according to a new report.

The 50-year-old actress said Harmon was the reason she would not return to the procedural drama of CBS after hitting her on the set in 2017.

"NO, I'm not coming back! ALREADY! (Please, stop asking?) I'm terrified of Harmon and his attack. I have nightmares about it, " she wrote in a tweet on Friday. "I have a new show SAFE AND HAPPY! You'll love it! #HappyPlace Love y'all!"


Perrette had previously hinted that physical violence had played a role in her decision to leave the series, but a new report from TMZ might shed light on the alleged circumstances. According to sources, Perrette told Harmon that her body was controlled on the board in 2017. Perrette would have estimated that the result was positive after lobbied so that her dog could no longer be on the board.

She reportedly directed the charge to get CBS to tell the actor that he had to keep the dog on a leash or in his trailer after biting a crew member, requiring 16 stitches.

Neither representatives of Harmon, Perrette nor CBS responded to Fox News's requests for comment.

Mark Harmon and Pauley Perrette play in the episode of NCIS

Mark Harmon and Pauley Perrette play the lead role in the episode of NCIS "React".
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In a tweet deleted since, Perrette also posted photos of one person – who, according to her, was a member of the crew of "NCIS" – with a bruised eye and stitches.

"You think I was not expecting a go back?" "You misunderstood." It happened to my teammate and I fought like hell to make it happen again. more! To protect my crew! " she wrote in the now deleted tweet next to the photos. "And then I was physically assaulted for saying NO !? And I lost my job."

The Wrap recounted the dog bite incident that occurred in May 2016, explaining that the duo had stopped working closely on the set. TMZ reports that Harmon only released the dog when Perrette was there after that, which put more strain on their already tense relationship. However, we do not know what she means when she says she lost her job following this incident because she seems to be on good terms with the network.

In a statement previously provided to Fox News by CBS, the television network said: "Pauley Perrette has had a great performance with 'NCIS' and we will all miss her. More than a year ago, Pauley expressed her concern. We took the case seriously and worked with her to find a solution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for all our shows. "

In response, Perrette taken to Twitter at the time to thank CBS for his statement, stating that he was not to blame for his allegations of aggression.


"I want to thank my studio and my CBS network, they have always been so good to me and have always had my back," she wrote.


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