Ezra Miller Restraining Order Dropped – Hawaiian Couple Annuls The Petition
The actor who plays The Flash in WarnerMedia Discovery’s DC universe keeps making it to the headlines. A few hours ago, it came to light that Ezra Miller’s restraining order was dropped by the couple who had accused the actor of breaking into their bedroom and threatening them. This fact is a breath of fresh air for the actor. For the past few months, he seemsed to be in a spiral of self-destruction and substance abuse that even led WarnerMedia Discovery executives to meet to discuss the actor’s future.
Ezra Miller Restraining Order Dropped by Hawaiian Couple
Last March 28th, Hawaii police arrested Miller after accusations of harassment and disorderly conduct at a bar. Officers stated that the actor was making a fuss while other patrons were singing karaoke and had begun “yelling obscenities.” According to the report, Miller then “grabbed the microphone of a 23-year-old woman singing karaoke and later lunged at a 32-year-old man playing darts.”
The Fantastic Beasts and The Flash actor got out on bail after paying $500. He then allegedly went to the couple’s home, where Miller, officers reported, broke into their bedroom and threatened them. These events took place in the small town of Hilo, Hawaii.
According to the report, he stole a passport and wallet in addition to the threat. A resident of the property asked police for advice to evict the couple from home, according to Kenneth Quiocho, Hawaii’s deputy chief of police. According to Quiocho’s statements, Miller has starred in 10 calls to police in the small town of Hilo since March 7th. It is unknown how long the actor has been in Hawaii.
The following day, on Tuesday, March 29th, the couple filed a temporary restraining order against Ezra, a fact that made headlines and caused great controversy on social media. The judge granted the request due to the repetition of inappropriate behavior of the young actor, and the hearing will be tomorrow, Wednesday, April 13th. So far, it is unknown what will happen now, after the drop of the restraining order. The lawyer who represents the couple, William Dean, declined to say why his clients no longer want to pursue the accusation against Miller.
Bad Timing For a Scandal at Warner Bros
(Image: Warner Bros.)
In the upcoming Warner Bros. production, Miller has a supporting role, released next April 15th, 2022, in the United States, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore. So the timing was not the best for the actor to star in a scandal. Moreover, on June 23rd, 2023, The Flash, which stars Ezra Miller as Barry Allen/The Flash, will be released and is eagerly awaited by fans of the DC universe.
This incident is not Miller’s only pending case. A detention hearing is scheduled for April 26th. The actor’s attorney Francis Alcain declined to make any comments.
Featured Image via Hawaii Police Department
Comic enthusiast, NFT and blockchain writer, and Spider-Man fanboy.