Controversy doesn’t seem to leave Ezra Miller as he is back in the news for yet another wrong reason. The Flash star is reportedly charged with felony burglary in Vermont. As per a report by Variety, the Vermont State Police got notified about a burglary complaint from a residence situated in Stamford on May 1, 2022. Reportedly, several bottles of alcohol were taken from the said residence that got robbed.
Accusations against Miller
As per Variety’s report, the police collected multiple statements and looked at surveillance videos, after which they found probable cause to charge Ezra Miller with felony burglary into the unoccupied dwelling. The police located the actor and issued a citation on August 7, 2022, to appear in the Vermont Superior Court on September 26, 2022. Earlier reports also stated that the actor had alleged housed a 25-year-old mother and her children at their ranch situated in Stamford.
Ezra Miller’s recent charge of felony burglary incident happens in the wake of multiple other controversies the actor has been embroiled in over the past few months. It includes two arrests of the actor in Hawaii, one for harassment and disorderly conduct and another one for a second-degree assault. The series of incidents has led the fans to call for the actor’s removal from the DCEU film The Flash.
Ezra Miller earlier got into trouble with the lawmakers and is currently in the news for his arrest in Hawaii. The actor, who is known for his performances in movies like Justice League and Fantastic Beasts, was arrested on March 28 because of an incident that happened at a karaoke bar. According to the reports, Miller had been charged with harassment and disorderly conduct. According to the police, the actor was partying there at a bar on Silver Street. However, he became agitated later on and yelled obscenities at the patrons who were present there. To make matters worse, Miller also lunged at a person who was playing darts nearby.