'Silicon Valley': TJ Miller Accused of Being Bully by Female Co-Star

Lewis Collier
July 19, 2018

As such, she added, "They can f-k off forever". The actress insisted that T.J. Miller "was a bully and petulant brat,"who held onto any any authority he was given on set". After retweeting a tweet that spoke about male comedians supporting other males who have been accused of abusing women, Alice chose to candidly speak about TJ Miller, who left "Silicon Valley" last season and has seemingly been going on a downward spiral since then. Miller in a series of tweets Tuesday night, calling him "a bully and petulant brat", while also slamming unnamed male cast members who she says "enabled" Miller's "unprofessionalism". They can fuck off forever.

Alice Wetterlund, who recurred as engineer Carla Walton in seasons 2 and 3 on HBO's Silicon Valley, describes her experience on the show as "kind of a nightmare" on Twitter, and blames fellow cast members for enabling the "unprofessional" behavior of former star TJ Miller.

HBO released a statement to Deadline in response to Wetterlund's comments. In her tweets, Wetterlund wrote that she was not sure about the experience of other women who had appeared on the show.

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When she was why she chose to work on the show, she responded, "One, I needed the job, two, it was first recurring role and I had no idea it wasn't always toxic and weird". Miller and his wife denied the allegations in December.

The actor and comedian was arrested for allegedly providing false information about a bomb threat to federal authorities after claiming a woman wearing a scarf had a "bomb in her bag" on an Amtrak train travelling from Washington, D.C.to NY.

As a result of the #MeToo revolution that swept through Hollywood in the latter months of 2017, Miller's career has taken a bit of a dip. The HBO comedy has been renewed for a sixth season, without Miller, expected to debut in 2019.

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