T.J. Miller Arrested for Allegedly Reporting False Bomb Threat

* T.J. Miller was arrested on Monday night at LaGuardia Airport in New York for allegedly reporting a false bomb threat in March

* He appeared on Tuesday before a U.S. district judge in New Haven and was released on a $100,000 bond.

* The charge carries a maximum five-year imprisonment term.

* He called 911 from an Amtrack train and reported that a female passenger had a bomb in her bag: "The complaint alleges that Miller, motivated by a grudge against the subject female, called 911 to relay false information about a bomb on the train."