According to court records, the judge on Wednesday added a condition to Miller's release, stating he "shall not contact any prospective witness in this case."
The judge noted that, thus far, "there is no indication that defendant has or intends to contact any prospective witnesses."
As The Blast first reported, the conditions of release filed in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut states that Miller can only travel within the United States until a judge rules otherwise while he is out on bond.
Miller must not violate any laws while on release (duh) and must “cooperate in the collection of a DNA sample” if one is ordered.
The “Deadpool” star was arrested Monday night after allegedly calling in a false bomb threat back in March while traveling on an Amtrak train headed to New York City.
Officials stopped and searched one train but found no evidence of any explosive device. Later on, it was discovered that Miller was on a different train, which was also inspected and “found not to contain any explosive devices or materials.”
The Blast spoke with Alex, a passenger aboard the first train searched. He tells us, “Suddenly the train stopped in the middle of nowhere and everyone was told to sit down for about 20 minutes.”
Alex says dozens of police officers and dogs boarded the train and shouted, “Everybody put up their hands, get up and get off the train, except that woman,” pointing to a confused-looking woman in her 20s.
He says the passengers were not allowed to grab their jackets and were made to stand outside a parking lot in the freezing cold for more than 90 minutes while bomb-sniffing dogs searched up and down the train.