The Flash star’s erratic behavior continues as he keeps giving cops the slip
The Flash star Ezra Miller has zoomed his way into the next crime, this time with felony burglary in Stamford, Vermont. This becomes the latest in a set of criminal offenses that the 29-year-old actor has been committing.
Let’s read what the police had to say below.
Reports on Ezra Miller
The Vermont state police report was published on Monday, stating that they responded to a burglary complaint in Stamford on May 1. Several bottles of alcohol were stolen from a residence when the homeowners were absent. Once the police got hold of surveillance footage and spoke to witnesses, Miller was identified as the trespasser and was charged shortly before midnight on Sunday. They added that Ezra Miller was given a citation to be present for arraignment at the Vermont superior court on September 26.
The new incident is now one of the legal woes and reports of erratic behaviour that Ezra Miller keeps racking up, dating back to March when he was arrested in Hawaii for assaulting people at a karaoke bar. They were arrested then, and then arrested a second time in Hawaii for disorderly conduct in less than a month. Miller has also seemed to have escaped with 18-year-old Tokata Iron Eyes, a Native American activist, causing the parents to file for a protection order against the actor. They said that their child was taken through “violence, intimidation, the threat of violence, fear, paranoia, delusions, and drugs.” However, Tokata step forward to say these allegations were false.
Ezra Miller had been famous for being the DCEU’s Flash, and his solo movie is up for release next year. However, with the lead star behaving like this, Warner Bros. Discovery will have to make new rules, and might even have to kick him out of the franchise. There is a chance that they can lose their entire career as well.