Pauley Perrette says she is "silent" about the reason for her departure from NCIS after 15 seasons

In a series of tweets she also vaguely referred to "crimes" and "multiple physical attacks," but there was no specific connection to the long-running CBS hit. [19659006] Perrette, who has been hunting since the spin-off of JAG [1 9459015]the popular forensic specialist Abby Sciuto, ended its run with the episode last week, in which Abby NCIS left after the death of a colleague.

In four tweets over the weekend, Perrette talked about why she did not talk about her reason for leaving. She said she was trying to protect the show's crew and their jobs, referring to false stories being spread about them, and blamed a "very powerful publicity machine" for hiding them.

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Her publicist, Steve Jaffe, confirmed that the tweets were from Perrette, but said that she would not have any additional comment. "She said, 'I have no comment other than my tweets."

USA TODAY contacted CBS for a comment, but received no response.

The first tweet explained why Perrette had not revealed the exact reason for her departure.

"I refused to go low, so I never publicly told what happened, but there are tabloids out there telling total lies about me, if you believe them, please leave me alone, you know clearly not me. (Sorry folks, had to be said.)) ", she wrote.

In an interview two weeks ago with USA TODAY, Perrette, 49, declined why she walked away. "I have to know that," she said.

In the second tweet, posted on early Sunday, Perrette talked about staying calm to protect others' jobs, but he suggested silence was not the thing to do

She tweeted, "Maybe I'm wrong because I did not spill the beans. " Told the story, THE TRUTH. I feel that I have to protect my crew, jobs and so many people. But at what price? I dont know. I just know, I'm trying to do the right thing, but maybe silence is not right for crime. I'm just …? "

The third tweet refers to "a rich, very powerful advertising machine" that silences them and makes false stories about them, ultimately saying, "He did it," without explanation.

The tweet reads, "There is a machine that silences me and feeds FALSE stories about me. A very rich, very powerful advertising "machine". No morals, no obligation to the truth, and I just stayed here, read the lies and tried to protect my crew. Try to stay calm. He did it. "

In the last tweet, Perrette speaks of not to To go to school or work when bullied and "multiple physical assaults" Although she does not explicitly refer to NCIS .

She tweeted, "I support bullying programs forever. But now I know because it was ME! If it's school or work, it's scary. I went. Several physical attacks. I really get it now. Stay safe. Nothing is worth your safety. Tell someone. "


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