Pauley Perrette has apparently cheated death one more time.
Over the weekend, the "NCIS" alum revealed that she suffered a life-threatening stroke last year, something she had kept under wraps.
"It's 9/2 One year ago I had a massive stoke. Before that I lost so many beloved family and friends, And daddy And then Cousin Wayne," she tweeted. "Yet still a survivor after this traumatic life I've been given so far… And still so grateful, Still so full of faith, And STILL HERE!"
In a video, she spoke more about that day, saying, "Yes, I'm still here again. Like, how many times do I cheat death? I almost died from a hair dye allergy, I have food allergies. I'm a domestic violence and rape survivor."
In addition to her health emergencies, Pauley was also assaulted by a homeless man in 2015 and nearly died. In that incident, a man who called himself William but was later identified as David Merck, allegedly ran towards her, pinned her arms down, punched her in the nose, and told her over and over again, "I'm going to kill you." Pauley pleaded with the man and he eventually let her go.
"I've been through a lot in the last two years. Things that are harder than having a stroke," she said. "But I'm still here. And I'm still grateful. And thank you, those of you who are my friends."