Atlanta police arrested Alrasheed Coles for allegedly threatening to blow up Tyler Perry Studios.
According to the report, Alrasheed called the studio’s main number on April 13 and asked to speak directly to Tyler Perry.
The receptionist told him that was not a possibility and it set Coles off and she flipped out on her.
The receptionist hung up on him and blocked his number to prevent him from calling back.
She later discovered Coles had left a voicemail where he allegedly threatened to blow up the studio prompting her to alert the authorities.
Police eventually tracked Alrasheed Coles down, arrested him, and charged him with a felony charge of terroristic threats.
He was booked at Fulton County Jail before being released on $5,000 bond on May 17.