After complicated years, 2022 presented itself as an opportunity to limit damage . Nay. The problems are linked and this new year is already looking like a difficult year, while three months have not yet fully passed. The proof is: the actor Ezra Miller was arrested by the police.
The stars are not exempt from slip-ups. Worse still, they are more likely to reach us due to the popularity of their authors. In December, for example, a leading actor in the film Maman j’ai missed l’avion was arrested for having tried to strangle his partner . This time, direction the archipelago of Hawaii with the arrest of the actor Ezra Miller, better known as the interpreter of the Flash in the DCEU. An arrest that took place this Sunday, March 27, the details of which were shared via the police in a press release:
“At 11:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 27, South Hilo Patrol officers responded to a report of a disorderly customer at a bar on Silva Street. During their investigation, officers determined that the man, later identified as Ezra Miller, had become agitated as bar patrons began to sing karaoke. Miller began shouting obscenities and, at one point, took the microphone from a 23-year-old woman who was singing karaoke ( disturbing public order) and then lunged at a 32-year-old man who was playing darts (harassment). The bar owner asked Miller to calm down several times, but to no avail”.
The incident took place in a bar on Silva Street. The actor was charged with two counts before being released after posting $500 bond. Originally scheduled for this fall, the film The Flash must now be released in the summer of 2023. A film directed by Andrés Muschietti which was the victim of a global postponement signed Warner Bros. In this feature film based on this iconic character, Flash, aka Barry Allen, will travel through time to prevent the murder of his mother. A time travel that will result in the creation of a multiverse. A scenario that fans of the Flash seriesknow only too well. This isn’t the first time Miller has been apprehended by law enforcement. In June 2011, Miller was a passenger in a vehicle in which 20 grams of marijuana were discovered.