Ezra Miller has been convicted of burglary in Vermont
After being accused of stealing wine from a Vermont residence, “Flash” star Ezra Miller has been charged with felony burglary. This is just the most recent allegation of a crime they have allegedly committed this year.
The problematic 29-year-old actor is accused of breaking into a Stamford, Vermont, home in May and stealing multiple bottles of liquor, according to an official news release from the Vermont State Police.
It was 5:55 p.m. May 1, according to the report, when the claimed event took place.
“Perks of Being a Wallflower” star Josh Hutcherson was charged with criminal burglary into an unoccupied residence after police reviewed surveillance footage, according to the newspaper.
The report indicates that Miller was just “located” on Sunday, at which point they were ordered to appear in the Criminal Division of the Vermont Superior Court in Bennington for their arraignment in late September.
When we contacted the Vermont State Police for more information, they led us to the official news release.
Since the beginning of 2022, Miller has been the target of numerous, serious claims from throughout the country.
The ‘Fantastic Beasts actor, who uses they/them pronouns, was arrested in March for disorderly behaviour and eventually pleaded no contest.
In less than a month in Hawaii, they were the subject of ten 911 calls, including one for reportedly throwing a chair at a woman.
Miller was arrested in June on suspicion of “cult-like” activity in the grooming of a teenager. According to the lawsuit, the actor employs “violence, intimidation, threat of violence,” “fear,” “paranoia, delusions,” and “drugs” to exert control over the teen.
In contrast, the Tokata family and friends vehemently deny the claims made by them on social media.
Another alarmed parent in Massachusetts said that the actor had inappropriately behaved toward their 12-year-old child. Parents and children were given restraining orders against Miller during this time period.
Miller was arrested again at the end of June on charges that he had housed three young children and their mother on a Vermont farm that was stocked with weapons. At the time, two people familiar with the situation told Rolling Stone that they were concerned for the children, who ranged in age from 1 to 5.