Police: Man punches ‘NCIS’ actress near her Hollywood home

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NCIS actress Pauley Perrette violently attacked by ‘psychotic homeless man’.

Actress Pauley Perrette, from the television show “NCIS,” arrives at the Pacific Design Center prior to taking part in a charity dog event in West Hollywood in 2010. “I’ve been crying all night, clearly,” Perrette, 46, told Entertainment Tonight on Friday, Nov. 13. “He told me he was going to kill me several times and I absolutely believed him.HOLLYWOOD HILLS (CBSLA.com) — A homeless man was arrested Friday on suspicion of assaulting “NCIS” star Pauley Perrette outside her Hollywood Hills home. The ambush happened shortly after 5 p.m. on Thursday night as the actress walked to a guest house to meet her architect, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. “I got attacked by a severely mentally ill homeless person,” Perrette explained to Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier during an exclusive interview. “He punched me in the face and he pinned me down by my arm. LAPD officer Richardo Hernandez confirmed to FOX411 that a white male, David Merck, was arrested on battery charges and is currently being held on a $100,000 bail.

Otherwise, he would have tried to help. “I hope she makes a full recovery,” said Williamson. “I texted my friend next door and my church friend cop,” Perrette added. “I immediately drew a police sketch of the guy who was headed towards Hollywood Boulevard with murder in his eyes.” One of her friends tailed the man to the 7-Eleven at Cahuenga Boulevard at Yucca Street, where he used the sketch to help identify Merck before he was arrested. Not only does she not have any ill will against the suspect, she was more concerned about him than for herself. “My heart breaks for that guy, and it breaks for every single person that’s out there on the streets,” she told Frazier.

I knew I couldn’t overcome him, I prayed my heart out (and) then finally said, ‘William is a beautiful name, I have a little nephew named William.“’ “And I did. I’m on a crime show, I’m a crime person, but what it actually feels like to be an innocent victim, a pedestrian walking down the street, and be snatched?” she said to the outlet. “I know what it feels like now and I was terrified.” However, she concluded that she was among the luckier victims of crime. “I’m glad he didn’t kill me, but whatever, he doesn’t know who I am,” she said. “He doesn’t know. She is also a singer and songwriter and an avid volunteer for a large number of causes, including civil rights, animals and homelessness. “I am shaken and traumatized,” Perrette wrote. “My house, my beloved Hollywood.

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