The Flash Star Ezra Miller Arrested for the Second Time in Hawaii for Second-Degree Assault
The Flash star Ezra Miller has found themselves in more trouble, as the American actor was arrested for the second time in Hawaii.
The actor was charged with second-degree assault, and according to the reports from the Hawaii Police Department, the incident took place at a residence in Pāhoa.
Miller was taken in early Tuesday morning, after they allegedly hit a woman on the forehead with a chair. This is the second time the Fantastic Beasts star has found trouble, as they were arrested in Hawaii for disorderly conduct and harassment.
4-19-22 Ezra Miller Arrested for Assault in Pāhoa https://t.co/w9S58hxFef
— Hawaii Police Department (Official Site) (@Hawaii_Police) April 19, 2022
In its statement to the press, the Hawaii Police Department noted that the incident began, when Ezra Miller was asked to leave the private residence in the Leilani Estates subdivision in lower Puna, which caused them to be quite “irate.” This resulted in Miller throwing a chair at a 26-year-old female, which caused an half-inch cut on the forehead.
The police further mentioned that the woman refused to take any treatments for her injury, while Miller was taken into custody at 1:30 AM for second-degree assault, after they were spotted on the roadway during a traffic stop. Officials have also mentioned that Miller has been released pending further investigation, and police has revealed that they’re currently in the middle of investigating.
Miller’s future at Warner Bros. seems to be taking a downward spiral, especially after the harassment incident, which took place late last month, where they caused a scene by showing obscene gestures to guests at a karaoke bar. With the 29-year-old currently part of many popular franchises like DC and Fantastic Beasts, it will be interesting to see how the studio handles it, as they’re currently in a difficult situation.