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Ezra Miller charged with felony burglary after allegedly breaking into home and stealing liquor

Ezra Miller has been charged with felony burglary after they allegedly broke into a house in Vermont back in May.

The 29-year-old star of The Flash was accused of breaking and entering into the house in Stamford, Vermont, in a complaint, TMZ reported on Monday.

Miller, who uses they/them pronouns, has been staying under the radar in recent months, but they were reported found on Sunday night an ordered to appear for their arraignment at Vermont Superior Court Bennington’s Criminal Division in late September.

More legal trouble: Ezra Miller has been charged with felony burglary after allegedly breaking into a house in Vermont back in May, TMZ reported on Monday; seen in January 2020 in LA

According to a Vermont State Police report, Miller was located by police at 11:23 p.m. ET on Sunday, when they were issued a citation to appear on September 26.

Police reportedly received a complaint shortly after the allegedly burglary in early May.

Investigators reviewed surveillance footage of the area and took statements from witnesses before charging the actor. The area where Miller is accused of burglarizing was described as an ‘unoccupied dwelling.’

Rolling Stone previously reported in June that the Fantastic Beasts star had a 25-year-old mother and three young children living on their farm in Stamford, where firearms were reportedly left lying around.

Found: According to Vermont State Police, Miller was located Sunday night and issued a citation to appear in court on September 26. Investigators previously reviewed surveillance footage and took statements; seen in a booking photo from March 2022 in Hilo, Hawaii

Found: According to Vermont State Police, Miller was located Sunday night and issued a citation to appear in court on September 26. Investigators previously reviewed surveillance footage and took statements; seen in a booking photo from March 2022 in Hilo, Hawaii

One person interviewed for the story claimed that a one-year-old on Miller’s property — which is allegedly an unlicensed cannabis farm — had been found with a stray bullet in their mouth.

Miller has been the subject of numerous controversies in recent months, and they have been accused of disturbing and violent behavior going back to at least 2020.

That year, they were accused of putting a woman in a chokehold at a bar in Iceland.

More recently, a woman claimed to Variety that Miller became belligerent and harassed her in her Berlin apartment after she told them that they could not smoke indoors.

‘That just set them off,’ said the woman, who was identified only by her first name, Nadia. ‘I asked them to leave about 20 times, maybe more. They started insulting me. I’m a “transphobic piece of s***.” I’m a “Nazi.” It became so, so stressful for me. They were going around my house, looking at everything, touching everything, spreading tobacco leaves on the floor. It felt disgusting and very intrusive.’

She was only able to get Miller to leave after a half-hour confrontation when she finally called the police, and the incident left her feeling ‘unsafe.’ 

Scary: Miller has been accused of disturbing and violent behavior going back to at least 2020, including an incident that year in which they allegedly put a woman in a chokehold at a bar in Iceland; seen in Justice League

Scary: Miller has been accused of disturbing and violent behavior going back to at least 2020, including an incident that year in which they allegedly put a woman in a chokehold at a bar in Iceland; seen in Justice League

It was reported last month that the investigation had been dropped due to Miller no longer being in the country. 

The troubled actor has been arrested twice in Hawaii this year, once for disorderly conduct and harassment and another time for second-degree assault. 

The We Need To Talk About Kevin actor was also accused of sheltering the teenage runaway Tokata Iron Eyes, whose parents filed a restraining order against the star. 

The actor also allegedly tried to get into bed with the teen — a member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe — during a trip to London when Iron Eyes was just 14, DailyMail.com reported.

Tokata’s mother Dr. Sara Jumping Eagle said she and her lawyer husband Chase Iron Eyes have ‘no idea’ where 18-year-old is — after lodging legal papers for a protection order against Miller on behalf of their activist child.

The mother said she last saw Tokata in Santa Monica on May 29 in a harrowing street encounter after she and Chase flew from their home in North Dakota following a tip that the teen was in California with the Flash star.

More controversy: The We Need To Talk About Kevin actor was also accused of sheltering the teenage runaway Tokata Iron Eyes, whose parents filed a restraining order against the star; pictured in NYC in 2019

More controversy: The We Need To Talk About Kevin actor was also accused of sheltering the teenage runaway Tokata Iron Eyes, whose parents filed a restraining order against the star; pictured in NYC in 2019

Miller and Tokata jumped in a taxi after being confronted and sped off, she said. 

Unable to hold back tears, Sara told DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview: ‘I would say to her now what I said to her then as she was going down the road away from me: “I love you and that I want you to be safe.”‘

The parents claim in a lawsuit that the actor plied their underage child with drugs including LSD and disrupted their Massachusetts private schooling to such an extent that they dropped out from Bard College at Simon’s Rock in December.

When they flew to Miller’s home in Stamford, Vermont, in January to retrieve Tokata, they allegedly found bruises on their child’s body. Tokata also no longer had a driver’s license, car keys or a bank card.

Despite Miller’s numerous controversies and legal run-ins, their upcoming DC/Warner Bros. superhero film The Flash is still slated for release and is currently in post-production.

Warner Bros. confirmed the film is slated for a June 2023 release on a Q2 call last week.

Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav said, ‘We have seen The Flash, Black Adam and Shazam 2. We are very excited about them. We’ve seen them. We think they are terrific, and we think we can make them even better.’

In June, Deadline reported that Miller had been dropped from all future DC films, though the studio had no plans to shelve The Flash, which is likely to be a lucrative release.

Unfazed: Despite numerous controversies, Warner Bros. still plans to release Miller's DC superhero film The Flash, which is currently in post-production; still from Justice League

Unfazed: Despite numerous controversies, Warner Bros. still plans to release Miller’s DC superhero film The Flash, which is currently in post-production; still from Justice League

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