April 19, 2022 | 5:50pm | Up to date April 20, 2022 | 9:26am
Ezra Miller has been arrested once more in Hawaii — this time for allegedly throwing a chair that hit a girl within the brow.
Hawaii Island Police Division booked the “Flash” star, 29, early Tuesday morning and is going through a second-degree assault cost, Web page Six confirmed.
In accordance with a press launch from the police division, Miller was at a non-public residence in decrease Puna and allegedly grew to become indignant after being requested to go away. They allegedly threw a chair, which hit a 26-year-old feminine on the brow and resulted in a half-inch reduce.
Miller was reportedly arrested at a site visitors cease round 1:30 a.m. in Kea’au and launched from jail round 4 a.m. The investigation remains to be ongoing.
In late March, Miller, who identifies as non-binary and makes use of they/them pronouns, was additionally arrested, however for disorderly contact.
They had been at karaoke on the time and allegedly grabbed the microphone from a girl who was mid-song. In addition they allegedly lunged at a person who was enjoying darts.
Miller was charged and launched after posting $500 bail.
Hawaii police mentioned they’ve been the topic of 10 calls to their division in lower than a month.
One of many calls was from a pair who filed a restraining order towards the “Unbelievable Beasts and The place to Discover Them” actor, claiming they busted into their bed room and threatened them, stating, “I’ll bury you and your slut spouse.”
“The respondent is legendary and rich,” an order request obtained by Web page Six acknowledged. “This makes entry to weapons a lot simpler; in addition to sending associates to harass the petitioner.”
Nevertheless, the couple later determined to drop the restraining order. It’s unclear why they determined to tug it.
Miller has been exhibiting some behavioral points amid their arrests.
Final week, a video obtained by TMZ confirmed the actor dancing wildly at a bar in Hawaii.
Miller additionally made headlines in 2020 after they appeared to choke a fan on video at a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland.
A rep for Miller didn’t instantly return Web page Six’s request for touch upon their newest run-in with the legislation.