“The Flash” star Ezra Miller During his arrest in Hawaii, he was aggressive with police, yelling for badge numbers and giving a bizarre reason why he recorded the incident.
In police body camera footage Ezra was arrested in March On the Big Island, you’ll see police officers in bars questioning the actor, who is allegedly upset with customers.
One of Ezra’s alleged victims told police that Ezra attacked him, spat in his face, and then went crazy… When police questioned Ezra, he claimed he was attacked and started filming because “when I was encrypted by NFT When attacked by art, I photographed myself.”
Raising his voice, Ezra asked the police for their name and badge number, but the police ignored him and went back to the alleged victim, who claimed he was playing darts when Ezra stepped forward and spat on him, despite own business.
After Ezra learned that he was the one who was arrested for disorderly conduct and harassment, he asked why, and reiterated that he was the one who was beaten.
Ezra also told the police he complied, but they told him he didn’t… When he asked what he had done wrong, they told him he was handcuffed because he allegedly threw up in someone’s face saliva.
Ezra’s claims escalated… He said his alleged attacker claimed to be a Nazi, and then he raised Judaism.
As we’ve reported… Ezra has had other encounters with police in Hawaii, including when he denied entry to another bar.