She stopped blogging in 2007, however, after she was stalked by a fan. Working under the name Stop Making Friends, Perrette contributed a song, "Fear", to the first volume of the soundtrack.
As a result of her stalking case, Perrette has been a vocal advocate for stalking victims and implementing stricter stalking laws. In addition to songwriting and performing, she runs her own independent music label, Go Records.
“From day one, she has brought incredible passion and specificity to the role.
Abby is a character that inspires millions of fans around the world, and all of us at and the CBS family for over 15 years,” adding, “While it’s never easy saying goodbye to a beloved actress and character, we respect her decision to leave at the end of the season.
star posted a message on Twitter early Friday morning saying that she endured a harrowing experience in high school.
"I've never met THAT Harvey Weinstein, but I sure do know him. Nothing." Perrette explained that the incident left her "so scared, confused and broken" and led her down a path of believing that "being complacent was 'good behavior.'" "My rape led me into a series of abusive relationships, terrible self-worth, and self-blame, dismissing a few groping incidents, allowing myself to be bullied by a powerful man for way too long in a work environment, until I finally said ENOUGH," she wrote.
Perrette moved around a lot as a child because of her father's job.
Her first big break came in 1996 with a recurring role on the legal drama Actress, writer and singer Pauley Perrette was born on March 27, 1969, in New Orleans, Louisiana.She is also popular with her gothic fashion sense that is tried to copy with a number of her fans from all over. Pauley married actor/musician Coyote Shivers on October 20, 2000.