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, she had been engaged to former British Royal Marine turned aspiring actor Thomas Arklie since Christmas Day, 2011, but had said multiple times that they wouldn't get married until same-sex marriage was legal.
When the Supreme Court ruled the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional on June 26, 2015, paving the way for same-sex couples to tie the knot in every state, Perrette was one of a number of engaged celebrities who was apparently expected to run out and get married immediately."We have been engaged for four years because we worked for a federal, marriage-equality law, and that Friday was the strangest day," Perrette, a longtime LGBTQ rights activist, told FOX411 a month later.
Other stars have left Michael Weatherly enjoyed his own emotional exit in 2016—but no departure to this date has been fraught with as much tension and interest in a character's fate as Perrette's goodbye this month. The Wrap has reported that a rift between the two actors opened up in October 2016 after Perrette was the only person on set with enough clout to confront Harmon when he continued to bring his dog to set after it bit a crew member, who needed stitches.
Which within days had sparked a mystery of its own. After that, "she did her scenes on one day and he did his work on other days, and they still produced a great show," a source told The Wrap.
And this television character did more than encourage it. Her rapid rise ended up being bittersweet, a mixture of real-life and rumored on-set drama making for a not always pleasant day at the office despite the perks of having such a plum job.
in 2011, "and it just has kept growing and growing and growing.
Talking to Fox News, he called Perrette "a serial false accuser."cameraman Michael Bosman, whom she started dating in 2005 while her divorce proceedings were underway. Not at all," she told CBS News last month when asked about her love life. And I think that is rad."Meanwhile, the fame game became a mixed bag for Perrette, who's expressed endless gratitude for her fans but doesn't particularly love the day-to-day scrutiny that comes with being a celebrity."Everybody's really nice and very excited—people get excited to see Abby," she told CBS News in 2011.