Ezra Miller made a name for himself thanks to his role as The Flash in the DCEU films. Despite all of his success, Miller is also a controversial person for his actions and views, among other things. He caused quite a stir last year and now it seems Miller agreed to a plea deal in his trespassing case, so as to avoid jail time.

Last year, Ezra Miller was arrested in Hawaii recently for disorderly conduct and harassment. He was arrested over an incident that happened at a karaoke bar in Hilo, Hawaii.

Not only that but Ezra Miller was then accused of grooming a girl since she was 14. To add to that, Miller was then accused of starting a cult. One of Miller’s more petty crimes involved allegedly stealing booze from a neighbor in Vermont.

According to a report by NBC News, Miller is currently facing felony and larceny charges, which in Vermont faces a steep penalty of 25 years. Due to this, Miller has cut a plea deal, in which he pleads guilty to trespassing.

As revealed by court documentation, Ezra Miller is now facing either an 89- or 90-day suspended sentence, a year’s probation, as well as a $500 fine. For his sake, Miller won’t be going to jail anymore.

As it stands now, The Flash is set to hit theaters on June 16, 2023, as the film will be releasing despite all the controversy surrounding him. We’ll have to see how the film will turn out later this year.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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