The production team of ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ was arrested in the House building

“On June 16, 2022, at about 8:30 pm, the US Capitol Police (USCP) received a call that a disturbance had occurred in the Longworth House office building. Police said in a statement Friday night.

“The building was closed to visitors and it was decided that these individuals should be part of a group that had been instructed by the USCP to leave the building the previous day,” the statement continued.

Fox First announced Arrests.

CBS confirmed in a statement to CNN on Wednesday and Thursday that it was “ready to record interviews for the comedy section on behalf of the show with a production team at Triumph The Insult Comic Dog Capital”.

“Their interviews at Capitol were authorized and arranged in advance by congressional aides of the interviewed members,” CBS said. “After leaving the members’ offices during the last interview of the day, the production team filmed scenes of people standing in halls and other final comedy elements while being detained by Capitol police.”

Capitol police did not identify those involved in the incident, but they were charged with trespassing.

“This is an active criminal investigation and further criminal charges may arise after consultation with a U.S. prosecutor,” the Capitol police statement said.

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