Pauley Perrette 'terrified' of Mark Harmon, says he will not go back to 'NCIS'

Pauley Perrette 'terrified' of Mark Harmon, says he will not go back to 'NCIS'
Pauley Perrette says she'll never go back to "NCIS", and she says it's her former co-star Mark Harmon

The actress, 50, approached Twitter on Friday to say she is "terrified" by Harmon, 67, who has been a leading role in the series of criminal investigations.

"NO, IM NOT GOING BACK!" NEVER! (Please, stop asking?) I'm terrified that he and Harmon have attacked me, I have nightmares about it, "he said. "I have a new program that is SAFE AND HAPPY! You will love it! #HappyPlace Love everyone!"

Perrette, who played with forensic specialist Abby Sciuto, left the series in 2018 after 15 seasons on the show.

In a follow-up tweet, she has shared photos of a supposed member of the battered crew and in stitches.

"Do you think I did not hit back? You misunderstood me! This happened to my crewman and I fought like hell! To protect my crew!" He added. "And then I was physically assaulted for saying NO!" And I lost my job. "

In May of 2018, Perrette used Twitter to mention that his departure was due to "multiple physical aggression".

CBS Television Studios responded to Perrette's allegations in a statement at the time, saying the study worked with her to rectify an unspecified "concern" she had filed the previous year.

"Pauley Perrette had a great career at NCIS and we will all miss her," the statement said. "More than a year ago, Pauley came to us because of a concern in the workplace, we take the matter seriously and work with him, we are committed to a safe work environment in all our shows."