“The Flash” Actor Ezra Miller Arrested Again For Alleged Assault In Hawaii

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Ezra Miller Can't Seem To Stop Himself From Getting Arrested

He was first arrested in the same state back in March.

On early Tuesday, actor Ezra Miller, who is best known for his role as “The Flash” in the DC Extended Universe, was apprehended for second-degree assault at a Pahoa residence, according to Hawaii County police.

Photo of the Remarkables mountain range in Queenstown, New Zealand.

After being told to leave a late-night event at a private property, Miller allegedly hurled a chair that struck a woman in the head, causing a “half-inch cut to her forehead.”

Officers were dispatched at 1:10 a.m. after receiving the report, and they were apprehended 20 minutes later after being discovered during a traffic stop in the area.
Shortly around 4 a.m., the actor was released following a meeting between the police and the prosecutor in the area. The wounded woman, on the other hand, declined medical care for her injuries.

As we previously reported, Miller was first arrested in March at Hilo, Hawaii, after an incident in which they reportedly swore at guests, disturbed a woman’s karaoke session, and rushed at a guy playing darts.

Photo of the Remarkables mountain range in Queenstown, New Zealand.

In a separate report, two Hilo residents sought a temporary restraining order against the Justice League star, in the Third Circuit District Court after they allegedly barged into the victims’ bedroom and threatened the alleged male victim, saying, “I will bury you and your slut wife,” while stealing some of their personal items, as per the complaint.

Miller will portray Credence, a.k.a. Aurelius Dumbledore, in the Fantastic Beasts sequel The Secrets of Dumbledore, which will be released on April 15. The studio has already had to deal with a slew of issues, including reaction against J.K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter, and now this.
They’ll also star as the scarlet speedster Barry Allen in The Flash, which will be released on June 23, 2023. Furthermore, Miller was named the fan-voted winner of the Oscars Cheer Moment for his performance as Flash in Zack Snyder’s Justice League.

The news was initially reported by Hawaii’s ABC 4 television station.

Reactions to "The Flash" Actor Ezra Miller Arrested Again For Alleged Assault In Hawaii

Warner Brothers Discovery when they find out Ezra Miller got arrested again

@blurayangel

Ezra Miller not getting officially fired after getting arrested 3 times is like Amber Heard getting caught on audio tape admitting to abusing Johnny Depp then getting exposed for not donating charity money then exposed by a doctor for lying about injuries and she’s still employed

@JusticeSquad2

Ezra Miller as soon as they enter any public space in Hawaii:

@theeSNYDERVERSE

Ezra Miller deciding which Hawaiian island to terrorize next

@Volkerstime

ezra miller walking into the karaoke bar

@femceIrites

the whole entirety of warner brothers after hearing ezra miller got arrested again

@user314568201

Ezra Miller when being asked to leave a private residence:

@Comic_Slap

Ezra Miller’s agent & lawyer every time the phone rings 👀

@insecure_al

Ezra Miller in Hawaii at any given moment

@HorrorDeaths

the way people are reacting to ezra miller’s repeated violence towards women is tame compared to the oscars slap because at most chris rock felt a tingle on his cheek but a woman is left with a GASH on her FOREHEAD and all ppl have to say is “i hope ezra gets help”

@blingerism

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