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09th Aug 2022

Ezra Miller charged following incident at house in Vermont

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Miller has recently been accused of running a cult

Ezra Miller has been charged with a felony burglary in Vermont after CCTV footage showed him stealing bottles of alcohol from a property whose owners were away.

Miller has found himself facing a string of serious accusations, including, but not limited to, running a cult, kidnapping, and now bulgary.

In a police report released on Monday (August 8), police say they responded to a complaint on May 1 that saw the 29-year-old actor steal several bottles of booze. Miller was arrested and charged on Sunday and issued with an arraignment for Vermont superior court on September 26.

This is but one of the many troubling accusations facing Miller, who was arrested in Hawaii earlier this year for disorderly conduct and again for second-degree assault less than a month later.

A report from Insider last week suggested that Miller had been holed up in a commune in Iceland where he had been using “psychological abuse” to groom and control young women. Despite the numerous scandals, Miller’s DC film The Flash is still set to go ahead.

Fans were livid after finding out the news just days after it was revealed that the Batgirl movie would not be released despite being completed. It will also not appear on streaming platforms.

But talking during a Q2 earnings report, Warner Bros. CEO David Zaslav seemingly confirmed that The Flash was going ahead.

“We have seen The Flash, Black Adam and Shazam 2,” Zaslav is reported to have said according to the movie industry outlet,” he said according to Variety. “We are very excited about them. We’ve seen them. We think they are terrific, and we think we can make them even better.”

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