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Pauley Perrette from TV show N.C.I.S Assaulted in Hollywood

Pauley Perrette, who plays the forensic scientist named Abby on the TV show NCIS, was attacked and beaten by a homeless man last night.  The assault took place very close to her house late at night while she was reportedly walking alone to a friend’s house.

Todd Leopold from CNN reported the following description of Perrette’s assault:

” ‘On my street, I was jumped by a VERY psychotic homeless man,’ she wrote.

The man grabbed Perrette, pinned her arm, punched her in the nose and forehead and ‘repeatedly’ told her that he was going to kill her.

‘I was alone, terrified and trapped,” Perrette wrote. “There was an empty garage behind me and I knew if he got me in there I was dead.’

“The 46-year-old said her attacker said his name was William and after she told him he has a beautiful name and her nephew shares his name, he began to hit her again.

‘He started to punch me again and then said, ‘Get the f–k out of here,’ and I did.’ The actress wrote that she then collapsed on the sidewalk and a dog being walked by its owner licked her face.

‘Some guy walked right past with a dog that licked my face. He was on his phone, annoyed. Did nothing,’ she wrote.

She then texted her friend next door and her ‘church friend cop.’ She drew a sketch of her attacker for police and her friend, James, snapped a picture of the sketch on his phone.

LAPD officer Richardo Hernandez confirmed to FOX411 that a white male, David Merck, was arrested on battery charges and is currently being held on $100,000. “

It is unclear how injured Pauley Perrette is, but thankfully she is safer now.  Let’s hope she makes a full physical and mental recovery from the traumatic event. We should take this as a lesson not to walk alone at night if possible.

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