Actor Ezra Miller appeared in court to plead no contest to a disorderly conduct charge from March.
According to Page Six, Miller, who uses they/them pronouns, pleaded no contest to a disorderly conduct charge in late March, when they were arrested at a karaoke bar in Hilo, Hawaii.
Ezra Miller Pleads No Contest To Disorderly Conduct Charge At Hawaiian Bar
According to a statement released by police, Miller, 29, “became agitated while patrons at the bar began singing karaoke.” Miller then reportedly “began yelling obscenities and at one point grabbed the microphone from a 23-year-old woman singing karaoke…and later lunged at a 32-year-old man playing darts.” Miller provided bail and was then released.
On Wednesday, “The Flash” actor appeared in court via video conference. Miller was given a $500 dollar fine, which was the same as the amount of bail that they posted. In exchange for Miller’s plea of no contest, the judge dismissed the harassment charge from the same incident. The judge also dismissed a charge of obstructing a public sidewalk in a separate incident.
After his first arrest, assistant police chief Kenneth Quiocho told the Associated Press on Wednesday that “The Flash” actor has been the subject of at least 10 calls in less than a month.
The police associate chief revealed that many of the complaints they received against Miller were over “manini” incidents. “Manini” is a Hawaiian term meaning “minor” or “small.” Several of these incidents reportedly included filming people at a gas station and refusing to leave the sidewalk outside of a restaurant when asked.
Ezra Miller Arrested On Tuesday Morning For Second-Degree Assault
Their court appearance came only one day after they were booked on suspicion on second-degree assault. According to the Hawaii Island Police Department, Miller was booked on Tuesday morning on suspicion of second-degree assault.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Miller was taken into custody around 1:30 AM after an incident at a residence in Pāhoa. Miller had reportedly been attending a get-together at a private residence.
According to police, Miller “became irate after being asked to leave.” The actor reportedly “threw a chair, striking a 26-year-old female on the forehead, resulting in an approximate half-inch cut.”
Miller was arrested shortly after at a traffic stop, although he has since been released “pending further investigation.”
It is unclear how long Miller has been traveling around Hawaii. In one specific incident, Page Six reported that Miller had allegedly snuck into a Hilo-based couple and burst into the couple’s bedroom. According to a temporary restraining order obtained by the outlet, the court documents allege that Miller threatened them by saying, “I will bury you and your s— wife.”
The documents allege that Miller stole a passport and a wallet that contained a social security card, a license, and other documents. The document states that “The respondent is famous and wealthy” and added that “this makes access to weapons much easier; as well as sending associates to harass the petitioner.”
The couple pulled the restraining order petition against Miller last week. The reason for doing so was not disclosed.