This morning Ezra Miller pleaded “not guilty” to a robbery for which he was charged in Vermont. The actor was able to appear remotely in Green Mountain State court, where he could face up to 26 years in prison to serve in Vermont. The actor is not allowed to be around because of the people who blame him for entering their house: we are talking about Isaac Winokur and Aiden Early.

The maximum sentence for Ezra Miller is 26 years in prison, with a $2,000 fine. In May, the actor is said to have broken into the victims’ house and stole three bottles of spirits, namely gin, vodka and rum. The plaintiff will have to return to court on a date yet to be determined.

In the meantime, Miller is said to have agreed to five conditions imposed by the court, namely not to have any personal contact with Isaac Winokur and Aiden Early, whether by phone, email, messages, post or via social media.

All of this is happening while Ezra Miller is still one of the leading stars of the DC Cinematic Universe as his highly anticipated film The Flash brings together a cast that will bring together Ben Affleck’s Batman and Michael Keaton’s, making the first adventure DC Comics cinematic in the multiverse. The film, which is set to release in 2022, will hit theaters on June 23, 2023.

It seems that the meetings of the leaders of Warner Bros. first there were rumors of an attempt to remove the actor from DC Films’ future plans, and finally the interpreter’s statements about the beginning of a period of rehabilitation, which they could serve to give it more credibility at the public level to give.

These are the words of Ezra Miller with whom the interpreter announced his rehab a few months ago:

Having recently gone through a period of intense crisis, I now understand that I suffer from complex mental problems and have started stable treatments. I want to apologize to anyone who was alarmed and concerned about my past actions. I work hard to do the work it takes to return to a healthy, safe and productive phase of my life.

There have been many accusations against Miller in the past year, as a German woman and an Icelander have sued the actor, and there have been several reports of crimes committed in Hawaii for harassing behavior. Miller is also accused of provoking and harassing children by the parents of Tokata Iron Eyes. The prosecution pointed out that the actor also sold drugs to the girl when she was still a minor.

To cope with this difficult situation, one of the options Warner Bros. would also consider not conducting promotional tours of The Flash, to avoid situations involving Ezra Miller creating bad publicity for the film. The story of Flashpoint is central to The Flash, a feature film full of temporary paradoxes and extreme situations arising from Barry Allen’s attempt to prevent his mother’s death. The director of the film is Andy Muschietti.

Here is the first teaser of The Flash.

Source: Lega Nerd

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