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Ezra Miller, star of The Flash, was sentenced to a $500 fine and one year of probation following a break-in

Ezra Miller, star of The Flash, was sentenced to a year of probation and a $500 fine for breaking into a house last year. The actor has made multiple appearances in Justice League films.

Actor Ezra Miller entered a guilty plea to a charge related to a burglary and wine theft at a neighbour’s house in Vermont. This was one of many arrests and complaints of erratic behaviour that the actor faced last year that ranged from Hawaii to New England. Ezra Miller acknowledged on Friday that they may avoid a three-month jail term for a misdemeanour charge of unauthorised trespass by submitting the plea and following the terms.

Ezra Miller, star of The Flash

Ezra Miller was sentenced to a year of probation, a $500 fine, a court fee, and several requirements, including continuous mental health therapy. The actor is the lead in the upcoming film The Flash and has been in previous Justice League movies. Two further counts were dismissed, including one for felony burglary, which could have resulted in a 25-year jail term.

If they don’t follow the rules of probation, the criminal charge might be re-filed, Vermont Superior Court Judge Kerry Ann McDonald-Cady warned Ezra. Ezra (30) answered the judge’s questions at the nearly 30-minute hearing in Bennington but chose not to provide a statement. Lisa Shelkrot, Ezra’s lawyer, sent a statement on the actor’s behalf following the hearing.

In the statement, it was stated that Ezra “would like to thank the court and the community for their trust and patience throughout this process, and would once again like to acknowledge the love and support they have received from their family and friends, who continue to be a vital presence in their ongoing mental health.” In Vermont, Ezra admitted to stealing alcohol from a neighbour’s house in October of last year but pleaded not guilty.

On May 1, state police were called to a burglary report in Stamford, where they discovered that many alcohol bottles had been stolen while the owner was gone. According to the police affidavit, the homeowner claimed to have known Ezra for nearly 18 years and to have purchased the house in Stamford, where Ezra also had a residence, a year and a half ago.

Police reviewed security footage and spoke with witnesses before charging Ezra. The actor was detained twice in Hawaii last year, including once for unruly behaviour and another for harassment at a karaoke bar.

When was state police called for the matter?

On May 1, state police were called to a burglary report in Stamford, where they discovered that many alcohol bottles had been stolen while the owner was gone.

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