Pauley Perrette Says She Had A “Weird” Encounter With Another Homeless Dude

February 10, 2016 / Posted by:

Last November, Pauley Perrette (who is in your memaw’s favorite show NCIS and is my rockabilly cousin’s bangs idol) said that a mentally ill homeless man jumped her in front of her house in Hollywood, CA. Pauley said that the man punched her and threatened to send her to the afterworld. Pauley was able to get away and the man was later arrested for felony assault. Well, Pauley claims that she went through another scary situation with a homeless man and it ended with her going God Warrior on him. (Side note: God Warrior’s full Trading Spouses episode is on YouTube now. It’s the greatest thing that has happened to the Internet.)

Just like she did the last time she was attacked, Pauley told the tale on Twitter. Pauley was in her car and was stopped on a street in Hollywood when she noticed a homeless man asking for money. When she handed him a dollar through her window, she says he grabbed her wrist, held her arm and put his head in her car before asking her what time it was. Pauley could’ve tasered his face but she decided to hit him with Jesus talk instead.


Pauley says she’s fine but the whole thing was just really weird. A witness tells Entertainment Tonight that they saw the homeless man grab Pauley. The witness also claims the homeless man got aggressive with a person in another car. But when the person in the other car gave him money, he ran away.

For some reason, people are always asking me for the time and I never ever wear a watch. I usually pull out and my phone and say, “It’s 5:37.” But thanks to Pauley, I’m now going to say, “I rebuke you Satan in the name of Jesus Christ. It’s 5:37.

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