Ezra Miller, star of The Flash and Fantastic Beasts, was arrested again by Hawaii County police on suspicion of assaulting a woman at a house party, just weeks after his previous arrest and a spate of erratic and disruptive behaviour. A 29-year-old Vermont tourist was arrested for second-degree assault shortly after 1 a.m. on Tuesday, April 19, 2022, after an incident at a Phoa residence, according to a statement from the Hawaii Police Department.
It occurred in Puna’s eastern Puna district “at a get-together at a private residence in the Leilani Estates subdivision,” according to a police statement. This individual, later identified as Ezra Miller, allegedly became enraged after being asked to leave, and reportedly threw a chair, striking a 26-year-old female on the forehead, resulting in an approximate half-inch cut,” police determined during their investigation, the statement said. “The injured female victim refused medical treatment.”
Even though it appears that Miller left home before police arrived, he was arrested at about 1:30 a.m. in the nearby town of Kea’au, about 15 miles away from where the alleged altercation took place, when his car was stopped. Tuesday at 4:05 am, Hawaii Police released Miller pending further investigation after consulting with the County Prosecutor’s Office. “This is a live investigation,” says the investigator.
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As far back as 2020, when they appeared to grab a woman by the throat, Miller has raised eyebrows with their behaviour, including an Instagram rant about the Ku Klux Klan in January that had some people cheering and many others confused. Toward the end of last month, the actor’s erratic behaviour began to intensify. On the night of March 28, Miller was arrested after a fight broke out in a bar. When people started singing karaoke, the actor “yelled obscenities and became agitated,” according to police. After posting $500 bail, the actor was released.
After a couple claimed Miller entered their home, threatened them, and stole their wallet and passport, they filed a restraining order against the actor on March 29. On April 12, the restraining order was lifted. A halt has apparently been put on any future projects with the actor, who has already wrapped filming on the upcoming DC Comics film The Flash.
To inquire about the actor, the studio referred questions to Miller’s attorney, Jodi Peikoff.
A man who was playing darts reported that Miller lunged at him and grabbed the mic from her. Miller was also charged with harassment. Miller was enraged by a performance of “Shallow” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, according to Hawaii Police Assistant Chief Kenneth Quiocho.
An unrelated traffic charge was also dropped as part of a plea agreement to dismiss the harassment charge. Police were called to a dispute in downtown Hilo last month where Miller was uncooperative, refused to leave, and obstructed a sidewalk, Quiocho said. Miller was fined. It was not immediately clear if Miller’s lawyer in Hawaii would respond to a request for comment on the arrest of his client. Both a Miller representative and another attorney were unavailable for comment at the time of this writing.
The latest arrest was not mentioned during the hearing.
Francis Alain, a Big Island attorney, had requested that Tuesday’s court hearing, originally scheduled for next week, be moved forward. To “resolve this matter,” Alcain stated that his client “has various time-sensitive work obligations in California and/or New York.” A Big Island couple filed a petition for a temporary restraining order the day after Miller was released on $500 bail for the karaoke bar arrest, claiming the actor burst into their bedroom and threatened them. Last week, at the request of the couple’s lawyer, a judge dismissed the case.
He refused to explain why his clients had decided against filing a restraining order against Miller.
Miller’s bail was applied to the $500 fine, leaving a $30 fee to be paid by Judge M. Kanani Laubach.. ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore,’ the third instalment in the Harry Potter spinoff series, also features Miller in a key role.
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