The Flash: Hawaii Couple Drop Restraining Order Against Ezra Miller
Published on April 13th, 2022 | Updated on April 13th, 2022 | By FanFest
In the most recent development in the Ezra Miller controversy, the Hawaiian couple’s restraining order against him was dismissed after he was arrested in late March, 2022.
According to court papers, the pair requested to be relieved of their restraining order when it was granted by the court on April 1. In March, Miller was accused by the couple of threatening to kill them in a Hilo karaoke bar. The temporary restraining order was issued in response to their legible fear that Miller would harass them in the future.
The lawyer representing the couple, William Dean, declined to discuss it or explain why the couple decided to withdraw their claim.
Miller, on the other hand, is not out of the woods yet. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a court hearing about an “alleged” traffic infraction was postponed to April 26 after Miller was arrested for obstructing a sidewalk.
Miller was arrested by the Hawaiian Police Department and charged with disorderly conduct and harassment a few days later. Miller was subsequently released after paying a $500 bail fine, and he appeared in public in Hawaii just days after his arrest.
Since his arrest, Warner Bros has reportedly held an emergency meeting to discuss the actor’s future with the firm, although another report refuted this.
So far, Ezra Miller has played a lead role in all three Fantastic Beasts films and was seen as the Flash in Justice League, which will be reprised in their standalone DCEU film.
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