The Flash actor Ezra Miller arrested at Hawaii bar 3 months ago

The Flash actor Ezra Miller arrested at Hawaii bar

This isn't the DC star's first incident at a bar

Reports of alleged verbal abuse and lunging at another patron saw Flash actor Ezra Miller arrested at a bar in Hawaii on Monday, March 28.

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As per local police reports, Miller, 29, was arrested and charged with harassment and disorderly conduct after officers were called to the bar at around 11:30pm on Sunday. Hawaii Police Department shared the update, along with their mugshot, to their Facebook page.

As the post reads, the actor was allegedly found to have been shouting expletives at a 23-year-old woman singing karaoke. Reports suggest they attempted to grab the microphone from her, before apparently lunging at a 32-year-old man playing darts.

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After being told to calm down by the landlord, they apparently failed to cooperate and was eventually arrested and released following a $500 bail payment.

Miller is best known for playing Barry Allen, aka The Flash in the DCEU, as well as roles in the Fantastic Beasts franchise and other films such as The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

Miller is set to star in the standalone The Flash movie in 2023 and has already appeared in many of DC's ensemble superhero films. Neither the actor themselves nor their representation are yet to issue a statement.

This isn't the first time Miller has been caught up in the middle of a controversy. Back in 2020, a video of the actor appearing to choke a female fan in Iceland went viral.

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Also taking place at a bar, a source said Miller lost their temper after a group of "quite pushy" fans, before being escorted off the premises. Nearly two years on, the Flash star is yet to address that incident either.

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