Actor Ezra Miller was again arrested by the Hawaii police, this time for assault in the 2nd degree
The protagonist of The Flash, Ezra Miller has been arrested again Hawaii around 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday, this time for having thrown a chair a 26-year-old woman while staying at a residence in Pahoa, Hawaii. The actor left a 0.5-inch-deep cut on his forehead, according to the police report.
The altercation apparently started after police asked the Fantastic Beasts actor to leave the scene, lor that provoked the wrath of Miller Miller. He was released during the course of the early morning but the investigation of the case is still active.
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just last month, Ezra Miller he had been arrested in the same territory for grabbing a microphone from a woman’s hands and lunging at a man playing darts at the Margarita Village karaoke bar in Hilo.
According to local Hawaiian media, the victims accused him of disturbing public order and harassing a diner. However, yesterday appeared virtually in a virtual courtroom where he pleaded not guilty to the charges and agreed to pay a fine of $500 dollars.
It is said that during the hearing, Miller responded to the judge with mostly very curt answers and said goodbye with “We love each other”. In the end, the harassment charges were dropped and he was also pardoned by a traffic accident for which he was also imprisoned, although the details of this incident are still unknown.
Even though Warner He did not want to give a statement about the actor’s problems, Rolling Stone had informed that the company held an emergency meeting to determine what it would do with the premiere of The Flash, which has already been postponed on several occasions due to supposedly the behavior of its protagonist. Rumors claim that the actor could be replaced in the following stories of the scarlet sprinter.
However, a source told IndieWire, that such a meeting never took place and that the plans they had with Miller’s character are still standing. But for now, we will have to wait to find out what happens with Miller’s new complaint and his stay in Hawaii.