Even though Pauley Perrette went through some difficult years after the Mark Harmon drama, she is doing quite well right now and has been able to keep her head up and look towards the future.
The actress departed from NCIS, where she played the iconic role of Abby Sciuto and made various shocking revelations about the way things worked behind the show’s scenes.
Many of her fans supported her during that time, while others slammed her. However, now, Perrette is apparently moving on without any problems and has continued to explore what life has in store for her.
She has now found a new role too, this time with a slightly different tone — she will be starring in the comedic production Broke on CBS.
Perrette has expressed a lot of excitement about the opportunity, claiming that she is looking forward to it always.
She also wanted to reassure her fans that things have been fine for her on the health front, despite rumors of recent complications.
She tweeted: “I’m so exhausted and SO FREAKIN HAPPY shooting my new show #Broke on @CBS.”
She added: “I want to thank all y’all that supported me through a few devastatingly difficult years. I’m so happy and healthy now and having a blast. THANK YOU positive people for helping me and being kind Love y’all! “
The actress has gone through a lot of challenges in her life, and many of her supporters did not even expect that she would be back on the public stage anytime soon.
She has managed to prove to everyone that she is strong and capable of putting the negative past behind her.
Meanwhile, some have continued to bring up the dramatic incidents on the set of NCIS, which led to her eventual departure, while the showrunners have done their best to distance themselves from the situation for the most part.
She recently made it clear that she would never return to the set of the hit show by writing: “NO I AM NOT COMING BACK! EVER! (Please stop asking?). I am terrified of Harmon and him attacking me. I have nightmares about it. I have a new show that is SAFE AND HAPPY! You’ll love it! #HappyPlace Love y’all!”
At least, this is clear.