He survives, who was sentenced to 26 years in prison
This summer Ezra Miller was accused of breaking into a neighbor’s home in Vermont and stealing bottles of liquor.
Now a “Flash” rep admits to illegal trespassing, he writes final date.
The penalty is a one-year suspended prison sentence and a fine of SEK 5,000.
Ezra Miller30, was charged this summer with burglary, theft and trespassing.
Now the actor is admitting to trespassing in a court settlement – a reversal after Miller denied all charges in October 2022.
The penalty is a one-year suspended prison sentence and a fine of SEK 5,000. In addition, the actor must not drink alcohol in a way that could harm his job, his family, himself, or anyone else. Therefore, the representative also needs to be available to blow into a breathalyzer upon request.
Miller’s sentence will be lighter than it could have been. If the “Fantastic Beasts” actor had confessed to all of the burglary, theft, and trespassing, of which he was accused, he could have received up to 26 years in prison.
Going to play The Flash
Despite the disagreements, big roles await Ezra Miller. Among other things, he will play the superhero The Flash in the Warner Bros. movie that premieres in the summer of 2023. Nothing has been said yet about the actor being removed from the role.
Burglary and theft are not the first allegations against the actor. In 2022, Miller was arrested twice in Hawaii, when he was involved in drunken brawls. She was also accused of attempting to strangle a woman in a bar in Reykjavík in 2020.
In August 2022, Ezra Miller apologized for his behavior. In a public statement, the actor said he was mentally ill and would begin treatment.
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