T.J. Miller is coming soon to a country near you, but we don't know exactly which ones.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Miller was granted permission by the judge in his false bomb threat case to travel internationally while out on bond.
As The Blast first reported, one of the conditions of Miller's release filed in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut stated that Miller could only travel within the United States until a judge ruled otherwise.
The judge did just that on Tuesday, but he also granted Miller's request to keep his exact travel itinerary under seal.
"Because defendant is a public figure," the ruling states, "the Court concludes that disclosure of his specific flights plans would amount to an undue intrusion on his privacy. Accordingly, sealing of defendant's proposed travel itineraries serves a compelling reason and is narrowly tailored to serve this reason."
As The Blast first reported, T.J. Miller was arrested last month after he allegedly called in a fake bomb threat while traveling on a train headed to New York City back in March.
According to the United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, Miller was charged with intentionally conveying to law enforcement false information about an explosive device on a train.
Miller allegedly called a 911 dispatcher in New Jersey and reported that he was on Amtrak Train 2256 traveling from Washington, D.C., toward Penn Station in New York City, and that a female passenger “has a bomb in her bag.”
According to the complaint, it was later discovered that Miller was on a different train, which was later inspected and “found not to contain any explosive devices or materials.”
Miller was released on $100,000 bond. The charge carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison.