Ezra Miller has been charged with harassment and disorderly conduct

Ezra Miller Officially, allegations of disorderly conduct and harassment have been brought

The ‘Justice League’ actor was arrested last week after a charge at a karaoke bar in Hilo, and now Hawaii County Deputy Prosecutor Attorney Andrew Son has filed a criminal complaint against the 29-year-old star.

The hearing date has been fixed for April 28.

The actor was arrested early March 26 on charges of “moving” a karaoke at a bar, police said he was “making obscene shouts and at one point snatched the microphone from a 23-year-old karaoke singing woman and then strangled a 32-year-old.” People are playing darts. “

Criminal charges accuse the actor of “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” of accusing another person of “offensively abusive or abusive behavior that may provoke a violent reaction and cause considerable harm or serious harm” and There was. Reasonable behavior after reasonable caution. “

Miller has been charged with “harassment, annoyance or warning to another person, with intent to insult, insult or challenge” Martin Evans.

Additionally, the ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’ star was hit with a traffic quote for blocking the highway, but court records did not provide details of the incident, RadarOnline.com reported.

Also last week, a couple received a temporary restraining order against the ‘The Flash’ actor – who lived with them – after their house guests harassed and threatened them after claiming.

Miller “entered the applicant’s (s) bedroom and threatened the male victim, saying” I will bury you and your wife. “

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Documents also accuse Miller of theft.

The couple wrote: “[Miller] His passport was stolen [wife] And wallet so that included SS card, driving license, bank card, other things [husband.]

“The respondent is famous and rich. This makes access to weapons much easier; As well as sending collaborators to harass the applicant. ”

The petitioners asserted that they would “suffer significant emotional distress” unless “the court order does not stop or prevent the respondents from misbehaving.”

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