The bodycam footage of Ezra Miller’s arrest in Hawaii has been released. Miller, was arrested in March at a karaoke bar in Hawaii after receiving ten police complaints in that month alone.
The video released Wednesday of the karaoke bar arrest begins with cops speaking with a witness outside the bar who claims the actor started the fight by spitting in his face.
“I got assaulted and I started filming. Let me show you the video,” Miller explains to officers. “I got assaulted in this bar, twice in a row. I film myself when I get assaulted for NFT crypto art.”
Miller can then be heard requesting an officer’s name and badge number before fleeing in longer footage obtained by the Daily Mail. Since the actor is apprehended by police, Miller can be heard wondering why he was being arrested for disorderly conduct when it was him that was assaulted.
“I was complying,” Miller explains, to which one officer accuses the Flash actor of playing some kind of a “game.” Miller then alleges that he only spit in someone’s face because “a guy in that bar declared himself a Nazi. I have it on film and he attacked me.”
“Ok, so?” an officer responded.
The footage then shows Ezra Miller being searched by police, to which Miller then accuses the officer of touching his penis.
“I’m transgender, non-binary and don’t want to be searched by a man,” Miller added, announcing that he was invoking his “ninth and fourth amendment rights.”
After the arrest, Miller was released after paying $500 bail. Warner Bros. has not commented on the string of arrests.
In what appears to be a trend, comedian and actor Andy Dick was recently arrested for battery and footage of the arrest was livestreamed on the internet.