The actor, who is Flash in the DC comic adaptations, went into a rage and threw a chair, which hurt a woman.
Ezra Miller was arrested on suspicion of assault Tuesday in Hawaii. This is the second time the actor known for playing Flash in the “Justice League” movies has been arrested in Hawaii in recent weeks.
Miller raged after being asked to leave a house party from the island of Hawaii and threw a chair, punching a woman in the forehead, says a statement from the Hawaii Police Department. The woman refused to be treated for a wound on her forehead measuring just over a centimeter (half an inch), police said.
Miller, who was described by police as a 29-year-old visitor from Vermont, was arrested in public and released pending further investigation.
Scandal in a karaoke
It’s unclear whether Miller’s arrest will affect a later indictment stemming from the actor’s arrest last month at a Hawaiian island karaoke bar.
On that occasion, Miller was charged with harassment and disturbing public order after he snatched the microphone from a woman who was singing and pounced on a man who was playing darts.
He would also be formally charged for another independent case of traffic violation. Police were called to a dispute in downtown Hilo last month in which Miller failed to cooperate with authorities, refusing to leave the area and blocking a sidewalk, Quiocho said.
The actor’s lawyer in Hawaii He did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment on the latest arrest. Another attorney and a representative for Miller also did not receive messages for comment.
Attorney Francis Alcain had requested that the court hearing, previously scheduled for next week, be brought forward. Alcain said in court documents that his client “has several time-sensitive work obligations in California and/or New York” and needs an upcoming hearing to “resolve this matter.”
the day after Miller was released after paying a $500 fine for the incident at the karaoke bar.a Hawaiian couple filed for a temporary restraining order, claiming the actor broke into their bedroom and threatened them.
A judge threw out the case last week after the couple requested it through a lawyer. Source: JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER/AP.