Fantastic Beasts Star Ezra Miller has been arrested after allegedly assaulting a woman in Hawaii.
The Island of Hawaii Police responded to an incident on a private property in Pahoa in which police claimed Miller became “angry” when they were asked to leave.
Per BBC NewsThe actors were charged with second-degree assault on Tuesday (April 19) morning after they reportedly threw a chair at the woman, hitting her head and leaving “half-inch wounds”.
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In a statement, the police department said: “Shortly after 01:00 HST (12:00 GMT) Tuesday April 19, 2022, a 29-year-old visitor from Vermont was arrested for second-degree assault following an incident at a residence in Pahoa.
“During their investigation, police determined that the individual, later identified as Ezra Miller, became angry after being asked to leave and reportedly threw a chair, hitting a 26-year-old woman in the forehead, resulting in an approximately half-inch cut.”
Police added that the woman was not being treated for her injuries.
This is the second time Miller has been arrested in recent weeks, as they were also charged with harassment and disorderly conduct at a karaoke bar in Hilo last month.
Lightning the actor reportedly became aggravated by a woman singing ‘Shallow’ by Lady Gaga and taking the microphone from her, as well as lunging at a man playing darts. Police claim that Miller “started shouting obscenities” and reported that “the bar owner asked Miller to calm down several times but to no avail” (via Independent). They pleaded no contest for disorderly conduct fees and were charged $500, according to Page Six.
Miller’s recent arrest has sparked some discussion around the future of their careers, as they will reprise their roles as The Flash in a standalone film this year, and they recently starred in the third installment of The Flash. Fantastic Beasts franchise.
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