The Late Show With Stephen Colbert is one of the most well-known talk shows currently being held. While they do their best to bring humorous and entertaining content at the same time, this time that resulted in some of the shows'' staff being detained.
After entering a congressional office building on Thursday, the production team was charged with unlawful entry. CBS and USCP confirmed the news as well. They were apparently arranging pre-arranged interviews between Triumph and some members of the House of Representatives.
Renata Luczak, a CBS vice president of entertainment communications, explained their views. She said after the interviews, she kept shooting finishing comedic scenes. Thats when they were arrested, but the USCP has explained their own reasons for this.
When the producers were detained by Capitol Police, they stayed to film stand-ups and other final comedy elements in the halls.
The USCP made a public announcement about a disturbance in the Longworth House Office Building. They then found the seven members of the production, who had no Congressional IDs. This particular building was then closed to visitors.
Seven individuals, both unintentionally and without Congressional identification, were observed in a sixth-floor hallway. The building was closed to visitors, and these individuals were determined to be a part of a group that had been instructed to leave the building earlier this day.
After an investigation, the staffers arrest appears to be a challenge of not having the proper IDs for the building. Nevertheless, there might be limitations. According to the Capital Police, there may be additional criminal charges.