Critics' Choice Awards Host and Actor T.J. Miller Arrested 2 Days Before Show Airs

T.J. Miller was arrested in Hollywood this morning, days before the show airs.

— -- T.J. Miller, the host of the Critics’ Choice Awards, was arrested early this morning on a battery charge only two days before the live show airs.

Police arrested the HBOSilicon Valley” actor after officers responded to the 6900 block of Camrose Drive in Los Angeles at 1 a.m. where a car company driver reported being attacked, the LAPD told ABC News.

The alleged victim, whom authorities identified only as a "driver of a car company," demanded a citizen's arrest, police said.

The LAPD did not release details on the incident that led to his arrest, but said the victim wanted Miller, 35, arrested on a claim of battery.

Police arrested the "Office Christmas Party" star at his home on a charge of battery, a misdemeanor. The actor was released on $20,000 bail, according to police

Miller is scheduled to host the 22nd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards, honoring the best in TV and film, airing Sunday night on A&E.

Miller’s reps and the awards show publicist did not respond to ABC News’ requests for comment.