Honolulu ( Associated Press) – Ezra Miller was arrested on suspicion of assault in early Tuesday, and for the second time in a while he was playing Flash in “Justice League” movies.
According to a report from the Hawaiian Police Department, Miller was angered after being asked to leave the Big Island home and threw a chair and hit a woman in the forehead.
The woman refused to accept an amputation of half an inch (1.3 cm) from her forehead, police said.
Miller, a 29-year-old visitor from Vermont, was arrested by police and released for further investigation.
Twelve hours after Miller’s arrest, the actor was arrested at the Big Island Karaoke Bar last month and is due to appear in court.
Miller did not ask for a dissertation and was fined $ 500 and ordered to leave Margarita Village, Hilo.
Miller has been charged with felony criminal mischief for allegedly trying to seduce a minor.
Miller’s interpretation of Lady Shaw and Bradley Cooper’s “Shallum” has worsened, said Kenneth Kyocho, Hawaiian Assistant Chief of Police.
As part of the appeal, prosecutors dropped the harassment and related traffic charges.
Miller received a traffic quote last month after Miller was in Millo City, in the absence of Miller, refusing to leave the area, and after police blocked the sidewalk, Kyocho said.
Miller’s Hawaiian lawyer did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Another lawyer and Miller’s representative also did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
There was no mention of recent arrests in court.
Big Island attorney Francis Alkan has been scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday. Alcan said in a client’s lawsuit that he “has a variety of time-related responsibilities in California and / or New York” and that he “needs an early hearing to resolve this issue.”
The day after Miller was released on $ 500 bail for a karaoke bar, the Big Island couple filed a temporary restraining order alleging that the actor had entered their bedroom and was threatened. After the couple’s lawyer asked for it last week, the judge dismissed the case.
The couple’s lawyer, William Dean, declined to say why his clients did not want to follow Miller’s ban.
Judge M. Canani Labach was fined $ 500 and fined $ 30.
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This story has been corrected. The injured woman did not receive amputation.