A man has been charged after threatening to blow up Tyler Perry Studios.
Earlier this month, police arrested Coles Arrasheed for making terrorist threats against the media mogul’s Atlanta empire.
According to TMZ, Arrasheed called Tyler Perry Studios on May 13 and demanded to speak to the world-renowned filmmaker.
However, a receptionist informed Arrasheed that his demand was impossible, which threw him into a rage.
When the receptionist hung up, she blocked the man’s number to prevent him from contacting TPS again by phone. But, after digging through some older messages, she reportedly discovered that Arrasheed had left a voicemail promising to bomb the place. She immediately contacted the police and reported the man.
Authorities eventually tracked down Arrasheed and arrested him on May 17.
He was booked at Fulton County Jail in Atlanta and was charged with one felony count of making a terroristic threat. He was later released after posting a $5000 bond.