It's going bad to worse for T.J. Miller, known for the Deadpool movies and Silicon Valley.
Following recent sexual assault allegations, now T.J. Miller finds himself arrested.
Miller was arrested by FBI agents earlier today over a false Amtrak bomb threat he reported back in March.
The actor called 911 on a female passenger on March 18 while riding the train from D.C. to NYC and and reported a woman with brown hair and a scarf "has a bomb in her bag." Miller was then further questioned by an Amtrak police officer and said the the woman kept checking the bag and seemed to want to get off the train and leave the bag behind. The officer questioned if TJ Miller suffered from mental illness, which he denied, and then added, "This is the first time I've ever made a call like this before. I am worried for everyone on that train. Someone has to check that lady out."
According to the report, Miller gave the authorities the wrong train number, which caused all kinds of havoc as the train was stopped in Connecticut, evacuated and searched while Miller's train went on its way to NYC.
Once the train was reached its destination in NYC, Miller was removed from the train and found to be intoxicated. An attendant on the train stated Miller consumed numerous alcoholic beverages, and said Miller had "exchanged profanity" with a woman in the First Class car. It's noted the attendant did not back up Miller's claim of suspicious behavior by the woman, who did confirm to police the two got into an argument.
It's said after speaking with all the all parties involved, the cops determined T.J. Miller lied about the bomb threat because of the argument and grudge he had with the woman.
The FBI obtained an arrest warrant and executed it today when Miller flew into LaGuardia Airport.
The documents released state that Miller's stunt caused 926 man hours-worth of delays and disrupted several law enforcement agencies and bomb squads in Connecticut and New York.
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