Ezra Miller, star of “The Flash,” was arrested in Hawaii for assault just weeks after his first arrest
On April 19, Ezra Miller, 29, was arrested for the second time in under a month. According to Variety, the Flash and Fantastic Beasts star, who uses they/them pronouns, was arrested for second-degree assault on Tuesday morning at a private property in Phoa, Hawaii.
It comes barely three weeks after they were detained for the first time on March 28 in Hilo, Hawaii, for disorderly conduct and harassment.
Variety reported the most recent arrest: “Patrol officers responded to a report of an attack that happened at a get-together in the Leilani Estates community in lower Puna,” Variety reported the most recent arrest.
According to the Hawaii Police Department, Ezra grew “enraged” after they were asked to leave, causing them to hurl a chair, which allegedly struck a 26-year-old woman in the forehead, causing a half-inch cut. People say that the woman did not go to a doctor even though she was hurt.
According to the publication, Ezra was arrested around 1:30 a.m. when he was presumably on a roadway during a traffic stop at the crossroads of Highway 130 and Kukula Street in Kea’au.
They were then freed at 4:05 a.m., awaiting additional investigation, according to reports. According to the outlet, the inquiry is still ongoing.
Ezra and company had previously made headlines for their first arrest at a bar, where they “got angry while people at the bar began singing karaoke.”
“( They began “yelling obscenities” and “grabbed the microphone from a 23-year-old woman singing karaoke… and then lunged at a 32-year-old man playing darts,” according to reports.
The bartender attempted to calm them down but was unable to, prompting the arrival of the cops.
They were charged with one act of disorderly conduct (taking the mic from the karaoke singer) and one count of harassment (lunging at the dart player) after their first arrest, and their bond was set at $500, which they gave, and he was released.