In 2022, Ezra Miller was charged with robbery, assault on third parties, kidnapping, carrying a weapon, and trespassing. In addition, he was detained multiple times by the Hawaiian police, received a harassment prevention order for beating and manipulating a minor, and was reported to have created his own cult of worship.
Despite the evidence against him and complaints from his victims, the actor denied the charges. However, everything could change, since he would be about to plead guilty to one of the crimes.
In May 2022, Miller was charged with breaking into a neighbor’s residence in southern Vermont and stealing multiple bottles of alcohol. At first, the star of Flash He was declared innocent, but, according to information from NBCNewsa clerk of the Vermont Superior Court confirmed that the parties involved reached an agreement, agreeing that the actor will plead guilty to the crime of trespassing.
With this agreement, Miller would accept a sentence of 89 or 90 days in jail, pay a fine of $500 plus a surcharge of $192, and remain on probation for one year. In addition, the robbery charges, for which he could have received a sentence of up to 26 years in prison, will be dropped.
In May of last year, Erza Miller was charged with trespassing. A Vermont police report mentions that the cameras in the place captured the actor entering the residence to take some bottles of alcohol. Later, in October, Miller pleaded not guilty to the charges, saying the owner of the house was a family friend who knew what was going on.
The statements were refuted by Isaac Winokur, owner of the property, who said that although he has known Miller for 18 years, he never gave him permission to enter. So far, neither the actor nor his representatives have ruled on his legal situation. It is also not known what will happen to his role in the DC Extended Universe.