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Ezra Miller appeared in Vermont court recently and pleaded not guilty to burglary charges stemming from stolen liquor bottles from an abandoned home.
Ezra Miller has been in legal trouble since earlier this year, and the actor recently pleaded not guilty to burglary and petit larceny charges in a Vermont court on Monday, as Variety reported. Miller faces up to 26 years in prison if convicted of both charges for breaking into a Stamford home in May.
Miller is accused of breaking into a home in Stamford on May 1. According to reports, Vermont State Police discovered several missing bottles of alcohol from the property while the homeowners were not present after conducting an investigation. Police charged Miller with felony burglary after gathering statements and reviewing surveillance footage. According to Variety, the petit larceny charge states that the stolen items were worth less than $900 in total.
Ezra Miller’s lawyer speaks out
Following the actor’s appearance in court, his lawyer issued a statement saying, “Ezra Miller pled not guilty to one count of burglary and one count of petit larceny in Vermont Superior Court this morning, accepting the court-imposed conditions of not contacting or entering the inhabitants’ home. Ezra would like to express gratitude for the love and support they have received from their family and friends, who have remained an important presence in their ongoing mental health.”
The Flash 2 is currently in development.
Despite reports of Miller’s legal squabbles, the release of Miller’s DCEU film The Flash has already sparked debate. However, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. Discovery is now moving forward on “several fronts” for its A-List characters, including a possible return of Henry Cavill’s Superman, among other things, as well as plans for The Flash’s future. According to reports, a script for The Flash 2 is in the works. David Leslie and Johnson-McGoldrick are said to have written the sequel’s script. Meanwhile, The Flash will be released next year.
Miller, on the other hand, has been in the news since earlier this year for a number of legal squabbles, including arrests in Hawaii for disorderly conduct and second-degree assault allegations. In an August statement, Ezra apologized for their previous behavior and disclosed that they were undergoing mental health treatment “I’d like to apologies to everyone who has been alarmed or upset by my previous behavior. I am committed to putting in the effort required to return to a healthy, safe, and productive stage in my life.”