According to video, actor Ezra Miller was arrested in Hawaii for an altercation that broke out at a karaoke bar, where he was charged with harassment and disorderly conduct after grabbing the microphone from a woman who was singing and throwing himself at a man who played darts in the place.
The arrest of the actor who plays “The Flash” in the “Justice League” movies, was arrested at the end of March, however, the video of the arrest was only recently revealed to the media.
Hawaii Police Assistant Chief Kenneth Quiocho revealed that Miller was upset because someone in karaoke started singing “Shallow” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
So far, Ezra Miller has been the subject of 10 calls to the police since March 7, so they are not clear since when he is on the island.
They have been “manini” incidents — a Hawaiian pidgin Creole term meaning small — like filming people at a gas station, refusing to leave the sidewalk area of a restaurant and arguing with people, Quiocho added.
What is seen in the video of the arrest of Ezra Miller in Hawaii?
First, the authorities are seen entering the bar, where Miller is seen dressed in a suit and with a phone in hand while recording the officers.
The man he allegedly attacked claimed Miller spat at him to which the actor replied: “No, he assaulted me and I started recording. Let me show you the video. I’ve been assaulted in this bar twice. I record myself being assaulted for NFTs and crypto art.”
In addition, he added addressing the police:
“Hey, you just touched my penis. Please do not do that. I’m transgender and non-binary, I don’t want a guy to sign me up.”
The authorities take away his ring causing the reaction of the actor who said:
“Please don’t take it from me, The Flash’s ring means a lot to me. It has a lot of value.”
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