Ezra Miller confirmed in a statement to CBS News on Monday that he is not guilty of burglary in an occupied home — a serious charge — confirmed by the actor’s attorney on Monday. Miller was allegedly charged with burglary and petty theftHe stole several bottles of wine before leaving on May 1.
Actor who uses his/her pronouns, best known for his roles in DC Comics films “Justice League” and “The Flash”.
No one was inside the house at the time of break-in, but landlord Isaac B. Vinokur informed the police about the theft. After an investigation, which included surveillance video and statements, Miller was found to have probable cause for charge, Vermont State Police said in a statement in August.
According to the Vermont state legislature, “occupied housing” means a building used as a residence, either full-time or part-time, regardless of whether someone is actually present in the building at the time of entry.
If convicted of theft, Miller could face up to 25 years in prison or a fine of up to $1,000, or both. Miller’s attorney, Lisa B. Shellcrot, said Starr also pleaded not guilty to the Petit Larsie charge. In Vermont, the punishment for petit larcy is one year behind bars or a fine of up to $1,000, or both. So, Miller could face a possible sentence of up to 26 years in prison.
“They have also accepted court-imposed conditions not to approach or enter the residents’ home,” Shellcrot said. The statement continued, “Ezra would like to acknowledge the love and support he has received from his family and friends, who continue to be a significant presence in his ongoing mental health.”
The alleged theft took place just days after MillerAccording to the Hawaii Police Department, for allegedly throwing a chair that hurt a 26-year-old woman.
About a month ago, they wereAfter allegedly getting agitated with bar patrons singing karaoke in the state. He was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment and was released after posting $500 bail.
In August, MillerFor “Complex mental health issues”. In a statement to Variety, Miller said it was a “time of grave crisis”.
“I understand now that I’m dealing with complex mental health problems and have started treatment,” Miller said. “I want to apologize to everyone that I am concerned and upset by my past behavior. I am committed to doing what is necessary to return to a healthy, safe and productive phase in my life.”