Ezra Miller Pleads Not Guilty to Burglary Charges, Faces Up To 26 Years in Prison
Ezra Miller on Monday denied theft in a residential burglary. The actor was due in court for the offense, which allegedly took place in the state of Vermont last May.
According to US media, Miller, who is suspected of burglary and theft, risks up to 26 years in prison if convicted of both charges. To that will be added a $2,000 fine.
The 30-year-old Miller appeared virtually in court with their lawyer. During the hearing, they agreed to several conditions. For example, Miller had to promise not to go near the house where they had previously broken into. Also, Miller must not contact both the occupant of the house and another Vermont resident.
Miller, who identifies as non-binary and wants to be addressed with "their" or "who," has been in the spotlight more than once in the past year. For example, the actor was detained twice in the state of Hawaii. He has also been accused of abuse by several women worldwide.
In August, Miller announced that he had begun treatment for "complex mental health issues." The actor also apologized for their disturbing behavior.
Miller is starring in the superhero movie The Flash, which is expected to be released in 2023. It is not known if the lawsuit, arrests, and allegations will affect the film's release.