However, if found guilty, The Flash actor could spend up to 26 years behind bars.
Due to many claims and legal concerns, including felony burglary charges in Vermont from a few months ago, The Flash star Ezra Miller has been in the news often over the past few days. Here is the most recent information we know on the actor’s current legal predicament.
It is reported that when Miller appeared today for a remote session in the criminal division of the Green Mountain State’s Superior Court, he entered a plea of not guilty to those accusations. The actor was then informed that as part of the terms, they are not permitted to communicate with their neighbor Isaac Winokur or another Vermont resident named Aiden Early.
However, if the actor of The Flash is found guilty of the accusations, they may spend up to 26 years in prison and pay fines of more than $2,000. On certain future dates, they must appear in person or virtually in court again to continue the proceedings in the case.
A few weeks ago, Miller apologized for the accusations and legal problems they are dealing with and said they would get help for their mental health problems.
Despite the persistent controversy and legal problems that The Flash’s actor is currently dealing with, Warner Bros. is also still dedicated to delivering the movie in theaters next year. According to rumors, the actor met with the production company and took part in recent reshoots for the movie.
Although there are rumors to the contrary, Miller is not anticipated to continue after the movie’s release. It is also unclear if Miller will participate in the film’s promotional tour or whether they will still be attached to portray the titular hero in upcoming DCEU projects.
On June 23, 2023, The Flash is scheduled for a cinema release. More information about it is available here.