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‘NCIS’ Alum Pauley Perrette Warns Fans About ‘Scam’ Skin Care Ads Featuring Her on Facebook

Guys, she doesn’t even have an FB account, OK?

No, Pauley Perrette has not expanded into the skin care business, and she’s sick of bogus ads saying that she has.

“NCIS” alum Perrette took to Twitter on Tuesday to vent — and warn her fans — about “scam” ads on Facebook saying that the actress has launched a skin care line.

Perrette, who played Abby Sciuto on the CBS procedural for more than a decade prior to departing earlier this year, went on to note that she doesn’t even have a Facebook account.

“Those STUPID FALSE ADS are back up on Facebook! I DO NOT HAVE A SKIN CARE LINE! I DO NOT KNOW @DrOz !” Perrette wrote in an impassioned tweet. “It’s a SCAM!!! (AND I’m NOT on FB!)”

A Facebook search for “Pauley Perrette” skin care yields a number of results, including one, dated July 12, 2017, that reads, “Pauley Perrette Leaves NCIS for Anti Aging Skin Care Cream!”

A number of responses to Perrette’s tweet suggested that Perrette wasn’t the only celebrity who’d been afflicted by such ads.

“Oh they are fake. I saw one yesterday that had you and Lauren holly in it said something about you turning Lauren onto it,” read one response.

“The same ad about Kristen [sic] Vangsness. Word for word except for it was her name and not yours!” read another reply. “I mean, COME ON! if your [sic] gonna scam someone at least change the wording as well as the name so it’s believable!”

And then there was, “Who’s on FB anymore?….”

Read Perrette’s warning below.