Last Monday the actor Ezra Miller was accused of entering a house in Vermont and stealing several bottles of alcoholic beverages, one more to an endless list of problems and scandals in which the interpreter of Flash has been involved. But that was not the last problem, as the Vermont Department of Children’s Services tries to locate a mother and her three children who allegedly resided on the Miller farm, according to a report.
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According to the report published on Wednesday in The Rolling StonesAuthorities suspect the actor concealed the location of the 25-year-old woman and her children, who lived on Miller’s property. Rolling Stone reported that the alleged problem arose from an emergency call by the woman, who requested help but did not receive it because Miller claimed that these people had long since ceased to live in her property.
However, the authorities are suspicious of what the actor who plays The Flash, the DC Comics superhero, said.
Because of these problems, plus those facing Miller in Hawaii, Massachusetts and North Dakota, in addition to other scandals in Europe, the film Flash is in danger.
Miller, 29, has a long history of scandals in various parts of the United States and abroad.
Two years ago, a video circulated where the actor was allegedly seen hanging a woman in a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland. According to reports, the incident occurred after ‘aggressive fans’ approached Miller and the actor lost his temper. Miller has never publicly addressed what happened.
Also a couple of years ago, a woman told the media that Miller got aggressive and harassed her in her Berlin apartment after she told him she couldn’t smoke there.
However, this year has been particularly spicy.
In January, Miller made headlines after posting a video — which he has since removed from Instagram — threatening members of the Ku Klux Klan operating in Beulaville, North Carolina. The actor told the radicals to commit suicide with their own weapons, or else he would do it for them.
This year, Miller already has two Hawaii arrests. One for disorderly conduct and harassment, and another for assault in the second degree.
In addition, the actor, in June, was accused of trying to put an 18-year-old girl, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, to bed during a trip to London. Later that month, an anonymous report emerged from a 12-year-old boy and his mother who had another protection order signed by a judge against Miller. The family, as well as a neighbor, allege that Miller went to the family’s home in Massachusetts and began yelling at them about cultural appropriation issues. Miller then returned to the family home several times and allegedly made the boy uncomfortable by hugging him tightly.
The actor’s busy year ended a few days ago with the arrest for burglary and robbery in Vermont and then the investigation that could link Miller to the woman and her three children whose whereabouts are unknown.
the fate of the movie Flash, from Warner Bros., is on the line as the actor continues to make headlines for his controversial behavior and multiple arrests.
According to a report of The Hollywood Reporter, the study prepares three possible scenarios: First, Warner would release the film with limited publicity, as long as Miller seeks professional help after returning to his family’s farm in Vermont. Then, Miller must explain his erratic behavior in the last months before the premiere.
The second scenario is that if Miller doesn’t get help, Warner will release the film without the actor involved in promotion, and furthermore, Miller won’t be The Flash in the future.
Finally, the third possible scenario is that Warner cancels the film entirely since it could not be reshot with a different actor.
And all of this trouble comes amid changes at Warner, after Warner Bros. Discovery’s new CEO, David Zaslav, earlier this month canceled any possibility of releasing batgirl, a $90 million film made for HBO Max. In that case, unlike Flashthere was no controversy or controversy involved, but it was an unusual and unprecedented business decision.