EXCLUSIVE: Pauley Perrette Still Can't Believe She Got Away From Her Alleged Attacker Alive

This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.

If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.

Nearly two months after being attacked by a homeless man, Pauley Perrette opened up to ET about the unseen scars that still remain.

"Physically I am fine," the NCIS star assured ET's Kevin Frazier. "Emotionally that was a very traumatic event. "

WATCH: Pauley Perrette on Facing Alleged Attacker in Court: 'It Was Terrifying'

The incident occurred on Nov. 13, during which the 46-year-old actress says she was punched repeatedly and had her life threatened by a "psychotic homeless man." After she escaped, Perrette drew a sketch of the man she believed assaulted her and the Los Angeles Police Department later booked a 45-year-old white male suspect named David Merck on felony battery charges.

"I can't believe I made it out of that," Perrette said. "By the grace of God I did."

Frazier was on the scene shortly after the alleged assault, which Perrette appreciated.

WATCH: Pauley Perrette Fights Back Tears as She Confronts Her Alleged Attacker in Court

"Kevin is like my brother," Perrette said of the ET host. "I know you were there as my friend."

Perrette stopped by the ET set ahead of Tuesday night's NCIS-NCIS: New Orleans crossover episode in which Abby's chef brother is linked to an NCIS case that unites the Washington D.C. and New Orleans offices when the passengers and crew on a private plane he catered are murdered.

NCIS airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.