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The Downfall Of A Deadpool Star

In April 2018, T.J. Miller’s most bizarre public outburst occurred after he called in a bomb threat while on an Amtrak train. According to police reports, Miller dialed 911 as he was traveling from Washington to New York City, telling responders a woman had a bomb in her bag — which turned out not to be true. Officers suspected Miller of being drunk and argumentative, with the actor’s call leading to the evacuation of an entirely different train he wasn’t even on.

Miller’s Silicon Valley co-star Alice Wetterlund, who appeared as Cara Walton on the show, condemned Miller’s rehabilitation in the public eye. She sarcastically wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter, “Yes! It is definitely time to rehabilitate TJ Miller’s career! We can’t afford to lose talent at a time like this, we need more—not less—comedic hijinks such as *checks notes* calling in a fake bomb threat.” Additionally, Wetterlund called out Miller’s “petulant brat behavior” while saying her fellow cast members enabled his bullying. Miller denied being a bully and alleged she was the one who was difficult to work with.

In 2021, the charges against Miller were dropped, as the neurological impact of prior brain surgery where a piece of his frontal lobe was removed led to doubt about his actual intent. As part of the case being dismissed, Miller agreed to make full restitution payments for the cost of the fake 911 call.

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