TMZ has obtained the police body-cam footage from the night Ezra Miller was arrested (the first time) after an alteration with some patrons in a bar in Hawaii last month, and it looks like The Flash star became quite aggressive with the cops who arrived on the scene.
Miller was allegedly arrested for verbally and physically assaulting patrons who annoyed them by singing Karaoke, but the actor claims they were the one who was attacked by a man claiming to be a Nazi. As the officer asks them to step outside, Miller becomes more agitated, demanding name and badge numbers while claiming that they film themselves when they get assaulted "for NFT crypto art."
The cops can then be seen interviewing the alleged victim, who claims Miller approached him out of the blue and spit on him, which is what led to their scuffle.
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Despite a recent report that Warner Bros. had decided to "hit pause on any future projects involving Miller including possible appearances in the DC Cinematic Universe," the studio has yet to publicly address the actor's actions.
A recent rumor claimed that WB was hoping to enlist Dylan O'Brien to take over the role, but a studio exec later denied this, adding that there are no current plans to take any action (that may well change of Miller is officially charged, however).
One this is for certain: Miller is a very troubled individual and should really seek out the help they so clearly need.