Ezra Miller, the already disgraced actor who played the Flash in the Justice League movie 5 years ago resurfaced in New England, and Variety reports he’s been arrested and charged with burglary in Stamford, Vermont. However, the trade journal continues to reference Miller as “them”, all for the sake of respecting his oh-so precious non-binary identity politic, which again makes this extremely difficult to read:
Ezra Miller, the embattled star of Warner Bros.’ “The Flash” movie, has been charged with felony burglary in Stamford, Vt., according to a Vermont State Police report.
According to the police report, Vermont State Police were notified of a burglary complaint from a residence in Stamford at 5:55 p.m. on May 1. Police found that several bottles of alcohol were taken from the residence while the homeowners were not present. After collecting statements and looking at surveillance videos, police found probable cause to charge Miller with felony burglary into an unoccupied dwelling.
Police located Miller on Aug. 7 at 11:23 p.m. and issued them a citation to appear in Vermont Superior Court on Sept. 26 for arraignment.
According to a Rolling Stone investigation in June, Miller has been housing a 25-year-old mother and her three children, who are between the ages of one and five, at the actor’s home ranch in Stamford, Vt. The property doubles as an unlicensed cannabis farm and has several firearms on the premises, according to the report. One source who spoke to Rolling Stone alleged that the one-year-old child was found with a loose bullet in their mouth. It’s unclear whether the Stamford properties are one and the same.
If I notice correctly, they’ve also confused one child with three when talking about the reckless endangerment they were housed under? All that aside, what is going on here? Why are some parents allowing these predators any access to their children? It’s about time parents stopped allowing these monsters any contact with their kids. And it’s about time for the movie studios to stop hiring them too.
With this kind of news continuing to swirl, it’s going to be more and more embarrassing for WB to stand behind the Flash movie that builds on the Flashpoint event from 2011. Assuming it’s released at all, it’ll probably be relegated to TV streaming only, and without any fanfare or press screenings. $200 million down the drain over some of the worst choices that could’ve been made in actors and screenplays.
Originally published here.