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Ezra Miller charged with felony burglary in Vermont


Embattled actor Ezra Miller is in legal trouble again — this time for allegedly stealing booze from a home in Vermont.

Miller, 29, was charged with felony burglary and is accused of stealing several bottles of alcohol from a house in Stamford earlier this year, according to a newly released police report.

“The Flash” star was charged after the homeowners — who weren’t home at the time of the alleged burglary — reported the missing bottles to police on May 1. A subsequent investigation, in which police reviewed surveillance videos, led cops to charge Miller.

Police caught up to Miller — who uses they/them pronouns — more than three months later on Aug. 7 and issued them a citation to appear in Vermont Superior Court on Sept. 26 to be arraigned on the charge.

The charge is the latest allegation the “Perks of Being a Wallflower” actor has racked up over the past year.

In late June, Rolling Stone reported that Miller was housing a mother and her three young children in their allegedly drug-and-gun-filled Vermont farmhouse.

Ezra Miller arrested in Hawaii
Miller was arrested on two separate incidents in Hawaii earlier this year.
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Miller is arrested by police.
Police reviewed footage and tracked down Miller three months after the alleged theft.
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This undated photo provided by the Hawaii Police Department shows actor Ezra Miller who was arrested after an incident at a bar in Hilo, Hawaii.
Miller has also been accused of grooming young girls.
Hawaii Police Department via AP

They were also arrested in Hawaii in March for disorderly conduct and in April for second-degree assault. They were accused of being the subject of 10 calls to 911 in less than a month during their stay in the Aloha State.

The actor has also been accused of grooming young girls in a cult-like situation.

At the end of June, multiple victims of Miller’s alleged abuse broke their silence on their interactions with the troubled actor.



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