Ezra Miller made a name for themself thanks to their role as The Flash in the DCEU films. Despite all of their success, Miller is also a controversial person for their actions and views as well. It seems the restraining order against Ezra was recently dropped.
A Hawaii couple has lifted their temporary restraining order against actor Ezra Miller, who was accused of harassing guests of a karaoke bar in a Big Island village last month. According to court filings, after the couple sought it, a judge dismissed the restraining order case.
William Dean, the couple’s lawyer, declined to comment on why his clients had decided to drop the petition accusing Miller of breaking into their bedroom and threatening them in Hilo, the same town where Miller was jailed. In a second case, a court granted Miller’s lawyer, Francis Alcain, a request to postpone a hearing in Hilo involving an alleged traffic infraction for Miller until April 26 because Miller and prosecutors are in “pre-negotiations” for a deal on the two pending matters, according to Alcain.
The proposed collaboration was kept under wraps by Alcain. The arrest case will also have a hearing on April 26. According to Hawaii Authorities Department Assistant Chief Kenneth Quiocho, police were called to a conflict in downtown Hilo on March 19, when Miller was uncooperative and refused to leave the area and continued to impede the walkway.
According to Quiocho, Miller was cited for impeding a highway. Miller allegedly yelled obscenities, snatched a microphone from a singing woman, and lunged at a man playing darts at Margarita Village in Hilo on March 27. Miller was detained and charged with harassment and disorderly behavior. The couple filed a petition for a temporary restraining order the day after Miller was freed on $500 bail.
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