American actor Ezra Miller, best known for his role as the superhero in the movie “The Flash” has landed himself in legal trouble as he has been arrested for the second time in Hawaii for assault right after the US release of “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore”
Previously, in late March, Miller was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and harassment following an incident that occurred in a karaoke bar in Hilo. As per CNN, “The Flash” actor Ezra was arrested on Tuesday morning on suspicion of second-degree assault in Hawaii, followed by an incident at a private resident in Pahoa.
Miller was in a rage as he threw a chair which struck a woman on the forehead after being asked to leave the private residence, the police department of Hawaii Island informed.
According to the police’s statement, during the course of the investigation, they perceived that the individual who was later identified as Ezra Miller became irate after being asked to leave the private residence and reportedly threw a chair that struck a 26-year-old woman on her forehead making an approximate half-inch deep cut. Later on, Miller was released from the detention center, pending further investigation.
Earlier, in late March of this year, Ezra had been arrested with disorderly conduct and harassment, followed by an incident that occurred in a karaoke bar based in Hilo. The actor was charged in Honolulu, Hawaii for disorderly conduct and harassment followed by an incident in a karaoke bar.
According to what the police department has reported, during his time in the karaoke bar, the karaoke singing of the patrons made Miller agitated.
Due to agitation, miller was reportedly seen yelling obscenities and at one point in time, he just snatched the microphone from a 23-year-old woman who was busy singing karaoke.
Lately, the actor has been arrested for the second time this year and his latest arrest comes several days after the release of his latest movie in the US, that is “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore”, in which he is playing the role of Credence Barebone.
Lately, the legal troubles that Miller is going through poses a threat to his career as it was reported by Rolling Stone that, earlier this month Warner Bros and DC executives gathered for an emergency meeting after Ezra’s first arrest in which they concluded to pause any kind of future project with an actor.
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