Netflix went on lockdown in Los Angeles after a fake active shooter threat

Netflix’s Los Angeles studio had quite a scare today, after reports of a possible active shooter caused the company to lock down the building — in this case, the Sunset Bronson Studios which the company shares with CBS and local news channel KTLA.

But an LAPD spokesperson tells The Verge that the gunman never actually existed: “The suspect was never on site.” LAPD explained that a local resident phoned in a threat around 3:53pm. Police first responded by locking down the building, and later took a suspect into custody in a different location. The lockdown has since been lifted.

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