NCIS Alum Pauley Perrette Dons ‘Be You’ Shirt and Poses with Her Cousins in a Rare Family Photo
Pauley Perrette, the actress most famous for her role as Abby Sciuto in "NCIS," recently took to her official Twitter account to share a photo with her cousins.
The sweet picture was posted on Sunday, March 24, 2019, and Perrette can be seen alongside her four relatives while wearing a white "Bee you" shirt.
It has been reported that her fans and followers loved seeing the actress mingling with the ones she loves and some of them even left a sweet comment or two on the snap.
Me and my cousins... :) :) :) pic.twitter.com/5AbO42yLAa— Pauley Perrette (@PauleyP) March 24, 2019
PLEASING THE FANS
One of the Twitter users, identified only as "Ambz," wrote that cousins are our best friends by blood and that she was glad to see Perrette hanging out with her family.
Dione Umbach, a second Twitter user, claimed she could notice the similarities between the cousins, pointing out the chin shape as their most distinctive feature.
Good looking group. Cousins are our best friends by blood. Glad you got together with your family.— Ambz (@kysstack_69) March 24, 2019
Perrette seems to be enjoying her time with family and away from the spotlight, especially after all the controversy surrounding her departure from "NCIS."
The star announced that she would be leaving the show in October 2017, but was quick to address the situation and shot down several possibilities advanced by the media at the time, such as a supposed skin line that she would be launching.
So it is true that I am leaving NCIS...— Pauley Perrette (@PauleyP) October 4, 2017
There have been all kinds of false rumors as to why (NO I DON'T HAVE A SKIN CARE LINE... pic.twitter.com/gugM2a2ckT
According to the actress, she made the decision in 2016 and asked her fans and followers to enjoy and appreciate everything her character had given to the show for 16 years.
ACCUSING THE MEDIA OF LYING
The 49-year-old then issued a tweet saying that she wouldn't discuss what led her to leave the show because she refused to go low, all while pointing her finger at the numerous tabloids that were reportedly writing lies about her.
I refused to go low, that's why I've never told publicly what happened. But there are tabloid articles out there that are telling total lies about me. If you believe them? Please leave me alone. You clearly don't know me. (Sorry guys, had to be said)— Pauley Perrette (@PauleyP) May 13, 2018
Perrette ended her message by stating that, if people believed those stories, then they should leave her alone because they clearly didn't know her. Now, she has embraced another project in "Broke," a comedy by CBS.