Actor John Boyega admitted during an appearance Wednesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America" that it was his script of "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" that was put up for sale on eBay.

He told host Michael Strahan that he had placed the script under his bed while he moved to another apartment. It was accidentally left there and then taken by a house cleaner who put it up for sale on the retail website.

“I was moving apartments, and I left the script under my bed,” Boyega said. “I was like, ‘I will leave it under my bed and when I wake up the next morning, I will take it and then move.’ But then my boys came over and we started partying a little bit. The script, it just stayed there. And a few like weeks after, this cleaner comes in, finds this script and puts it on eBay for like 65 pounds ($84). The person didn't know the true value.”

Director J.J. Abrams first addressed the script popping up on eBay during his own “Good Morning America” appearance on Monday where he avoided naming Boyega.

“One of our actors, I won’t say which one — I want to but I won’t — left it under their bed and it was found by someone who was cleaning their place … It was then given to someone else who went to sell it on eBay,” Abrams said.

The script's release caused a panic at Disney and Lucasfilm due to potential spoilers. A Disney employee authenticated the script and managed to purchase it before fans could get their hands on it.

Abrams also said “Episode IX” recently underwent reshoots, which can include new scenes and changes made after principal photography wraps.

Boyega joked that he was fearful of the repercussions.

“It was scary. I got calls from every official,” Boyega said. “Even Mickey Mouse called me, ‘What did you do?’”

“Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” opens in theaters on Dec. 20.

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John Boyega on stage during Future Directors Panel at the Star Wars Celebration at ExCel on July 17, 2016, in London, England. Getty Images/Ben A. Pruchnie