TJ Miller Accused of Harassment by Porn Star

Dana DeArmond says she was harassed while filming Comedy Central’s “Mash Up”

Last Updated: December 20, 2017 @ 5:48 PM

It’s been a bumpy week for T.J. Miller.

On Tuesday, the same day that “Silicon Valley” alum Miller was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in college, porn actress Dana DeArmond came forward to accuse Miller of harassment.

In a tweet published Tuesday morning, Dana DeArmond said that Miller harassed her during the filming of the Comedy Central offering “Mash Up,” which Miller hosted.

DeArmond also accused “Mash Up” director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, whose credits also include “Kong: Skull Island” and “You’re the Worst,” of harassment.

“I was harassed by both Tj Miller and the director Jordan Vogt-Roberts shooting for Comedy Central’s Mash Up,” DeArmond, whose own credits also include “The Fetish Diaries,” “My Daughter’s Boyfriend 14” and “Lesbian Massage,” wrote. “I’ve been saying Tj was an a–hole for years. So there you go.”

DeArmond added, “I wonder if Jordan Vogt-Roberts was a creep to anyone else. After wrapping mash up he invited me for drinks. I thought he was polite when he walked me to my car. He leaned in for a kiss. I said ‘no thank you’ he replied ‘don’t make this weird’ and kissed me anyway.”

DeArmond declined to elaborate further on Miller’s alleged harassment when pressed by a Twitter user identifying himself as a reporter, replying, “I don’t really have anything to add. It was a long time ago.”

In an interview with The Daily Beast published Tuesday, a woman who asked to remain anonymous and was identified by the publication as Sarah, said that she and Miller attended George Washington University and fell into the same comedy troupe, where they struck up a relationship.

Sarah said the first encounter took place in 2001, recalling that she had “a lot to drink” and admitted that there are “parts of [the incident] I don’t remember.” Sarah said she remembered that she and Miller were “fooling around” at her apartment when he began “shaking me violently” and punched her in the mouth during intercourse. Sarah said she suffered a fractured tooth and a bloodied lip.

Miller and his wife Kate strongly denied the accusation in a statement Tuesday, saying, “We stand together in stating this is nothing more than an unfortunate resurgence of her lies designed to wreak havoc on two happily married people in the public eye,” the Millers’ statement reads. “We stand together and will not allow this person to take advantage of a serious movement toward gender equality by allowing her to use this moment to muddy the water with an unrelated personal agenda.”

Miller’s spokesman had no comment for TheWrap on DeArmond’s accusation. TheWrap has also reached out to representatives for Vogt-Roberts and Comedy Central.