NCIS singer Pauley Perrette, who plays a show’s Goth crime lab tech Abby Scuito, had a real-life shock Thursday in Los Angeles. A “psychotic homeless man” jumped her on a travel outward her home and punched her in a face several times.
“I roughly died tonight,” she wrote on Twitter. “Tonight was awful, life changing and I’m usually beholden to be alive.”
Perrette recounted a occurrence in fact in an essay, that she photographed and trustworthy to her post. In it, she pronounced a man kept revelation her his name (William) and that he was going to kill her. “I was alone, shocked and trapped,” she said, beholden he hadn’t dragged her to a dull garage nearby. “I knew if he got me in there, we was dead.”
Once a assailant finally left her alone, she collapsed on a sidewalk, where she went neglected and unaided by a male walking his dog and looking during his phone.
Then a actress’ debate believe from undergrad days and her top-rated crime play kicked in, texting a neighbor and a patrolman she knew from church. “I immediately drew a military blueprint of a guy,” that her friends photographed and used to surveil a assailant and warning a police, who arrested him.
The attacker, whose name is indeed David Merck, was requisitioned on guess of aggravated battery with bail set during $100,000.
Los Angeles military Officer Jane Kim reliable that a actress’ comment of a conflict was accurate, a Associated Press reports.
In her essay, Perrette, who works with charities for a homeless, pleaded for housing and full mental health caring for them.