T.J. Miller Arrested For Drunkenly Phoning In Bomb Threat

You might know T.J. Miller from his fomer role on the beloved HBO sitcom Silicon Valley.

Or you may know his distinctive monotone as the voice of the anthropomorphic mucous in those nauseating Mucinex commercials.

If you’re living a truly cursed existence, you may even be familiar with T.J. from his work in The Emoji Movie.

But now, it seems the controversial actor was recently involved with a bomb that had nothing to do with animated talking poop.

Miller was arrested at LaGuardia Airport on Monday morning in connection with allegations that he called 911 to report a false bomb threat back on March 18

The New York Post reports that Miller released Tuesday morning after posting a $ 100,000 bond and faces a maximum of five years in jail for the charge.

According to a criminal complaint filed last month, Miller called 911 while aboard an Amtrak train traveling from Washington, DC, to Penn Station and that a female passenger “has a bomb in her bag.”

Authorities stopped the train in Connecticut, searched it, and found no evidence of an explosive device.

It was later determined that Miller had inaccurately reported the number of the train on which he was traveling.

Fortunately, there was no bomb on that train either, and investigators believe an intoxicated Miller simply hoped to settle a score with another passenger by … siccing a bomb squad on her.

When authorities finally caught up with the actor, he was allegedly slurring his words, but assured them that he had drank only one glass of red wine and was “worried for everyone on that train.”

Miller had allegedly engaged in several “hostile exchanges” with the woman we wished to report prior to making the call.

A police report states that the actor was “motivated by a grudge against the subject female, called 911 to relay false information about a suspected bomb on the train, and continued to convey false information to investigators while the public safety response was ongoing.”

This is just the latest in a long line of controversies for Miller, who left Silicon Valley following a dispute with the show’s producers last year.

In … of 2017, Miller was accused of sexual assault by a former college classmate.

He has vehemently denied the charges.

Prior to those allegations, Miller was accused of assaulting an Uber driver after the man mentioned that he was a supporter of Donald Trump.

We’ll have further updates on this developing story as more information becomes available.