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Ezra Miller Charged With Disorderly Conduct And Harassment After Incident At Karaoke Bar In Hawaii

Ezra Miller Charged With Disorderly Conduct And Harassment After Incident At Karaoke Bar In Hawaii
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While in a Hawaiian karaoke bar, Ezra Miller did a couple of shocking things that left many people dumbfounded. They are currently facing criminal charges.

Hawaiian police confirmed that the 29-year-old actor had been arrested on disorderly conduct and harassment charges after they shouted obscenities and took a mic from a woman performing a karaoke song at a bar.

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The police got reports of disorderly conduct and went to the bar around 11:30 p.m. on Sunday.

After they got there, they learned that the actor had been upset by the people singing karaoke. This made them start using obscene language.

At some point, they decided to grab the microphone from a 23-year-old woman who was singing a karaoke song before they lunged at a man who was playing darts.

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On several occasions, the establishment owner tried without success to get the actor to calm down.

After being taken into police custody, Miller had to pay a $500 bail to walk free.

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Ezra Miller Charged With Disorderly Conduct And Harassment After Incident At Karaoke Bar In Hawaii

The actor will be appearing in Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, which will be released on April 15. In the first film in the series, they played the role of Credence Barebone/Aurelius Dumbledore, a role they will be reprising in the new movie.

Miller is also poised to appear in The Flash as Barry Allen. This will be Flash's first breakout film, expected to debut in theaters in June 2023.

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They had played the role of Flash in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016. In the same year, they were also in Suicide Squad.

In 2017, they appeared in Justice League and had a small role in Arrow.

Their most recent role was in Peacemaker on HBO Max. Miller has also had roles in Californication, Royal Pains, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and The Stand.