This week, Alice Wetterlund, who played Carla the Pied Piper coder, tweeted about her experience.
When asked why she had so much animosity toward her former costar, Wetterlund responded by describing him as "a bully and petulant brat" on set.
As such, she added, "They can f-k off forever".
Check out the latest pics of T.J. They can fuck off forever. In her tweets, Wetterlund wrote that she was not sure about the experience of other women who had appeared on the show. "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".
Not a dumb question. One, I needed the job, two, it was my first recurring role and I had no idea it wasn't always toxic and weird.
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After Miller departed, a number of allegations were made against him, including that he assaulted a woman in college and sexually harassed an adult film actress who worked with him on a Comedy Central stand-up series called "Mash Up".
As a result of the #MeToo revolution that swept through Hollywood in the latter months of 2017, Miller's career has taken a bit of a dip.
Wetterlund doesn't go into details regarding Miller's behavior and the behavior of the cast and crew, but she does say that it's been hard for her to discuss the experience without "muddying the waters of #MeToo".
Miller exited the show after four seasons, saying at the time that it was a mutual decision between himself and HBO.