Former “Silicon Valley” actor T.J. Miller, an outspoken leftist who was previously accused of sexual assault, has now been arrested for allegedly making a fake bomb threat from a train last month.
According to TheWrap, “Miller was arrested at LaGuardia Airport in New York City and was charged with intentionally conveying false information to law enforcement, which has a maximum sentence of five years jail time. He was released on $100,000 bail.”
The New York Department of Justice alleges that Miller made a false bomb threat on March 18 when he called the police from an Amtrak saying that a woman with brown hair and a brown scarf was carrying a bomb in her bag. Amtrak investigators immediately probed the train when it stopped in Westport, Connecticut, forcing the passengers off. They found nothing. More from TheWrap:
Later, an investigator contacted Miller about his claim. The DOJ said Miller’s description of the woman was different, and that the investigator detected slurring in his voice. Miller said the woman kept checking her bag — which he described as a ‘black bag carry on suitcase with a handle’ — without taking anything out. He also said she kept asking the first class attendant what the next stop was, and seemed to want to get off the train and leave her bag behind. When asked if he had been drinking, Miller said he only had one glass of wine.
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