Silicon Valley actor accuses TJ Miller of being a 'bully', says male cast members 'enabled' his behaviour

Alice Wetterlund, who played Carla Walton in six episodes of Silicon Valley has accused her co-star TJ Miller of being a bully on set.

FP Staff July 19, 2018 12:47:32 IST
Silicon Valley actor accuses TJ Miller of being a 'bully', says male cast members 'enabled' his behaviour

Alice Wetterlund, who played Carla Walton in six episodes of Silicon Valley, has accused her co-star TJ Miller of being a bully on set. She also accused other male cast members of enabling his behaviour. In a series of tweets, the actress called Miller a "petulant brat" and the rest of the people having some amount of say in the project, mostly males, were "complicit in his unprofessionalism".

Silicon Valley actor accuses TJ Miller of being a bully says male cast members enabled his behaviour

Alice Wetterlund and TJ Miller. Image from Twitter/@TruthObserver99

On being asked why she stayed on the show despite these concerns, she replied with another tweet:

Miller was last seen on Doug Benson’s Doug Loves Movies podcast which sparked outrage among social media users given that the comedian has been accused of sexual assault and misconduct in the past. Miller later denied these allegations in a statement.

Miller was also recently arrested for calling in a fake bomb threat on an Amtrak train.

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