On Twitter, DeArmond said Miller was "an asshole," saying that he sexually harassed her. She added that director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, best known for directing Kong: Skull Island, was "a creep" to her, kissing her without her consent.
DeArmond says both incidents happened when she was working on set of the 2012 Comedy Central show Mash Up, which was hosted by Miller and directed by Vogt-Roberts.
Read DeArmond's tweets about the alleged harassment below.
I was harassed by both Tj Miller and the director Jordan Vogt-Roberts shooting for Comedy Central's Mash Up. I've been saying Tj was an asshole for years. So there you go.— Dana DeArmond (@danadearmond) December 19, 2017
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— Dana DeArmond (@danadearmond) December 19, 2017
Miller's allegations are already having serious repercussions on his career. According to Variety, his Comedy Central series The Gorburger Show has been cancelled.