Ezra Miller is in authorized hassle as soon as once more.
The Flash star was arrested on April 19 for second-degree assault after an incident at a residence in Pāhoa, based on a media launch from the Hawaii Police Division.
That morning, officers responded to a report of an alleged assault that occurred at a “get-together” at a non-public residence in a subdivision in Puna, per the discharge. Miller allegedly grew to become irate after being requested to go away, and police say the actor threw a chair, “placing a 26-year-old feminine on the brow, leading to an approximate half-inch minimize.”
The girl who was hit by the chair refused to obtain medical care. Miller was subsequently arrested for the incident after police positioned them on the roadway throughout a site visitors cease in Kea‘au.
After speaking with the County Prosecutor’s Workplace on April 20, police say Miller was launched “pending additional investigation.” The investigation remains to be energetic.
E! Information has reached out to Miller’s lawyer and has not heard again but.