'Silicon Valley' actress calls T.J. Miller a 'bully,' cast members 'complicit'

Angelo Anderson
July 20, 2018

Alice Wetterlund, who played engineer Carla Walton in seasons two and three of HBO's Silicon Valley, is speaking up about her experience on the show - particularly working alongside T.J. Miller.

Alice Wetterlund is opening up about her experience on HBO's Silicon Valley. Further, she alleges that the men in power enabled his apparently boorish behavior, and made it clear she saw them as complicit, "They can f-k off forever".

Actor and comedian TJ Miller may have left the cast of 'Silicon Valley', but it seems that the fallout from his departure is ongoing. "HBO and the producers have always taken very seriously our responsibility to create a welcoming and congenial environment for everyone who works on the show". The actress insisted that T.J. Miller "was a bully and petulant brat,"who held onto any any authority he was given on set". 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". You can read Wetterlund's full comments below.

HBO, the network that funds and provides Silicon Valley with a television audience, issued a statement in response to her allegations.

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.

She added: "I'm pretty open about this, and I don't know if other women on the show had a different experience than me, but it was kind of a nightmare".

Miller, as you may recall, was accused of sexual assault earlier this year and since then has lost various jobs.

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