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Ezra Miller Was Charged of Burglary After Zaslav Praised “Flash.”

One of Warner Bros. Discovery’s biggest stars is still making news for alleged criminal activity as David Zaslav tries to revamp the DC cinematic universe.

According to a report from the Vermont State Police, Ezra Miller, who plays Barry Allen, aka the Flash, in the DC Extended Universe, has been charged with felony burglary in Stamford, Vermont.

The claimed crime allegedly took place on May 1 and involves missing liquor bottles from a nearby house. Miller’s involvement was shown on surveillance footage, the newspaper claims, and they were cited on Sunday to appear in Vermont Superior Court on September 26 for arraignment.

This most recent instance fits into a pattern of unsettling activity and accusations of wrongdoing that date back to at least 2020. Early in 2022, Miller was detained and charged with disorderly conduct and harassment.

A few hours before their April court date to answer to these charges, Miller was detained once more following an altercation in which they were alleged to have thrown a chair and hurt a woman.

Additionally, two orders of protection have been granted recently, one for a 12-year-old in Massachusetts and the other for Gibson Iron Eyes, an 18-year-old activist from Standing Rock whose parents claim trained him by Miller.

According to additional allegations, Miller has been keeping a 25-year-old mother and her three young children on his ranch in Stamford. The children are all under the age of five.

According to a Rolling Stone story, the home allegedly doubles as an illegal cannabis grower and has multiple guns on the grounds.


Nearly a year before Warner Bros. is set to premiere “The Flash,” a $100 million movie that is a cornerstone of the studio’s DC property, Miller was charged with felony burglary.

The announcement also comes soon after the CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery praised the movie on an earnings call.

“Black Adam,” “Shazam!” and “Flash” are three fantastic DC movies that are coming out, said Zaslav during the call. “And we are addressing each of those. We’re quite ecstatic about them. We’ve witnessed them. We consider them to be fantastic.

Although insiders within the firm claim emergency meetings were conducted in April to discuss their recent scandals and how the studio would move forward, the company kept silent throughout Miller’s earlier this year assault arrests.

At that time, it was decided that although the actor’s future projects with Warner Bros. would be put on hold, the movie would still go on.

Even during its presentation at CinemaCon in late April, the studio teased “The Flash,” indicating that it still intended to proceed with the movie’s debut the following year.

A request for comment from CNBC was not immediately answered by corporate representatives.

Miller’s most recent legal run-in has only fueled fan resentment of the studio, which controversially shelved the DC feature “Batgirl” for direct-to-streaming last week.

Many thought it was improper to cancel the movie, which stars Leslie Grace, an Afro-Latina. Even though Warner Bros. Discovery has maintained that the action was taken as a cost-saving measure after Discovery and Warner Bros.

When Jason Kilar, the former CEO of WarnerMedia, left the company in April, Zaslav was named CEO of the newly combined Warner Bros. Discovery. Under Zaslav’s leadership, the company’s content strategy has been refocused.

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