Ezra Miller, star of The Flash, will plead guilty in one of his latest accusations


Ezra Miller, star of DC and The Flash, is expected to plead guilty to the charge of trespassing and robbery in Vermont (USA).

Miller was accused of stealing three bottles of alcohol from a neighbor’s house. In addition, as reported by NBC, the two other burglary charges and one petty theft charge will be dropped after negotiations between the two parties.

The actor pleaded not guilty to felony burglary charges in October.
The actor pleaded not guilty to the robbery charges in October.

Miller is expected plead guilty on January 13with court documents showing that prosecutors propose that he face 89 or 90 days of suspended sentence, a year of probation and a $500 fine.

In October, the actor pleaded not guilty to the more serious charges of robbery and burglary, a conviction for which Miller He would face a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison..

The Vermont Incident It is just one of the many problems that Miller has been involved inwhich joins other examples located in Hawaii, Massachusetts, and North Dakota.

Nevertheless, Miller apologized for his behavior in August last year, stating that he suffered from “complex mental health problems” and had entered treatment. “I want to apologize to all the people whom I have alarmed and upset with my behavior in the past. I promise to do whatever it takes to return to a healthy, safe, and productive stage.“he said then.

The Flash movie was put in jeopardy as a result of all of Miller’s legal troubles, but DC appears to be moving forward with the actor in the role.. This will reach the cinemas around the world June 16but before that it will make a stop at the Super Bowl in February with a new trailer.

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