In a move that sounds more befitting of actor TJ Miller's character on Silicon Valley, the oafish Erlich Bachmann, Miller was arrested in Hollywood early this morning according to the venerable source of such gossip, TMZ, who write that his arrest sprang from an altercation regarding President-Elect Donald Trump. Miller is no supporter of Trump, as his Twitter feed makes clear, and the argument, in another Silicon Valley twist, was with his Uber driver.

Miller was reportedly returning home from a GQ party, pictured above, and while TMZ didn't report the substance of the argument, they do allege that it came to blows. Miller, they write, slapped his driver in the head, leading the driver to perform a "citizen's arrest," detaining Miller until police arrived. He was taken into custody, we're told, and released without having to post bail/on his own recognizance.

Our southern counterparts at LAist write that they've confirmed the events with the LAPD, who told them that one Todd Joseph Miller was indeed arrested "on suspicion of misdemeanor battery at about 1 a.m. this morning in the 6900 block of Camrose Drive, near Hollywood."

Though the LAPD would not specify if the caller drove specifically for Uber, they did confirm that the caller drove for a car company. The driver asked for a private person's arrest, otherwise known as a citizen's arrest. After conducting an investigation, officers arrested Miller. His bail was set at $20,000, and he has since been released on his own personal recognizance. Officers could not confirm if the alleged altercation was indeed over Donald Trump, or if anyone else—including Miller's wife, Kate Gorney, who appeared with him in photos from the GQ event—was present at the time of the incident.

As LAist wrote in November, Miller isn't the only Silicon Valley star to get into it over the election of Donald Trump, a politician whose divisive rhetoric and hateful slurs have emboldened similar behavior in his supporters. Actors Kumail Nanjiani and Thomas Middleditch were threatened by Trump supporters at a bar in Silver Lake after the election, as they revealed on Twitter.

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