Actor Ezra Miller is set to plead guilty to a reduced charge of trespassing in Vermont, after having been accused of stealing several bottles of alcohol from a home. The two charges of burglary in an unoccupied dwelling and petit larceny were dropped. On Friday, Miller is expected to acknowledge his guilt in Bennington County Superior Criminal Court. The prosecution is recommending a suspended sentence for 89 to 90 days, in addition to a year’s probation and a $500 fine, rather than the maximum 25 year sentence for the burglary charge. Miller’s representative has not responded to a request for comment.
Miller, known for playing “The Flash” in the DC Comics movies, has been involved in a few criminal issues lately. In Hilo, Hawaii, they entered a plea of no contest to a charge of disorderly conduct and paid a $500 fine for shouting obscenities at people singing karaoke and taking away a microphone from a 23-year-old woman. In another case in Hawaii, it was reported that Miller threw a chair towards a 26-year-old female at a party in Pāhoa. The outcome of that is unknown. Recently, a Massachusetts lady was given a temporary restraining order against Miller, granted due to a substantial risk of danger to the woman’s 12-year-old child. Miller apologized in August, promising to get back to “a healthy, safe and productive stage” in their life.
Following a period of difficulty, I now comprehend that I am battling a range of mental health issues and have had to start long-term treatment,” Miller, 29, declared through their representative. Although there has been a social media effort to get Miller stripped from the “The Flash” film, it is anticipated to be released in June.
Actress, writer, and producer Issa Rae censured the business for their response to Miller. Rae, the star of “Insecure,” labelled the circumstance a “representation of Hollywood” in an interview with Elle magazine in October.
“There’s a person who has been acting in an appalling manner and instead of barring them and halting the production, there has been a proposal to save the movie and this person. This is a clear example of how far the industry will go to protect itself and those who have done wrong,” Rae said.
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