Ezra Miller, the actor known for their role as The Flash in the DC Universe, has pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful trespassing.
This plea comes in relation to an incident in 2022 where Miller was accused of stealing liquor bottles from a private residence.
According to legal documents, Miller entered into a plea deal in a Vermont courtroom, in exchange for a reduced sentence. The actor is now ordered to pay a fine of $500 and will serve one year of probation, with no jail time. Miller had originally been charged with burglary and petit larceny, but these charges were dropped as part of the plea agreement. However, the court has specified that if Miller violates probation in any way, the dismissed charges can be reinstated.
Last May, a homeowner filed a complaint with the Vermont State Police, alleging that several bottles of alcohol had gone missing from their home while they were away. Surveillance footage was reviewed and Miller was identified as the alleged perpetrator, leading to charges of felony burglary.
Miller has had a number of legal issues in the past year, including an altercation with police during an arrest on the Big Island and accusations of grooming a minor. They were also arrested for disorderly conduct, harassment and assault in 2022.
It’s important to note that Miller has pleaded guilty to one count of trespassing and the other accusations mentioned in this article are unproven and still under legal proceedings. Miller has a right to due process and it is important not to jump to conclusions.