‘The Flash’ star Ezra Miller has been arrested for a SECOND time in Hawaii

‘The Flash’ star Ezra Miller was arrested for the second time in Hawaii on Tuesday after the actor – who identifies as non-binary and uses pronouns – allegedly threw a chair at a woman’s head as she approached them. asked to leave her house.

Miller, 29, was taken into custody for second-degree assault after police responded to reports of an attack in a subdivision on the archipelago’s large island of Hawaii.

Authorities were called upon to Leilani State Subdivision in Pāhoa shortly after 1 a.m. on Tuesday, Hawaii News Now reported.

Authorities said Miller became furious after being asked to leave a meeting at a residence and threw a chair and punched a 26-year-old woman on the forehead.

The unidentified woman suffered a three-inch cut, but refused treatment, police said. The Hollywood star was arrested 20 minutes after the attack during a traffic stop at the intersection of Highway 130 and Kukula Street in Kea’au.

Miller was released at 4 a.m. pending an investigation, police said in a statement.

The arrest comes just weeks after a separate meeting with police after Miller was accused of assaulting a woman at a Hilo karaoke bar.

They were taken into custody on Tuesday just hours before a scheduled court hearing on charges of disorderly conduct and harassment following the March incident.

The non-binary actor, who plays The Flash in the DC Cinematic Universe, was also banned from prison by a couple who rescued them from prison.

The couple said Miller threatened and robbed them while they were staying at the couple’s home in Hawaii. The couple has since withdrawn the petition for a restraining order.

Flash star Ezra Miller was arrested for the second time in Hawaii just weeks after they “threw a chair at a woman’s head when she asked him to leave her home” at the Leilani State Subdivision in Pāhoa shortly after 1 a.m. on Tuesday

The Hollywood star was arrested 20 minutes after the attack during a traffic stop at the intersection of Highway 130 and Kukula Street in Kea'au

The Hollywood star was arrested 20 minutes after the attack during a traffic stop at the intersection of Highway 130 and Kukula Street in Kea’au

Miller, a non-binary actor who plays The Flash in the DC Cinematic Universe, was also hit with a restraining order from the couple who took them out of jail because the actor threatened and robbed them while they were at the couple's home in Hawaii. stayed.

Miller, a non-binary actor who plays The Flash in the DC Cinematic Universe, was also hit with a restraining order from the couple who took them out of jail because the actor threatened and robbed them while they were at the couple’s home in Hawaii. stayed. † The couple dropped the case last week

In this image from the Hawaii State Judiciary video, Ezra Miller appears via Zoom for a court hearing on Tuesday, April 19

In this image from the Hawaii State Judiciary video, Ezra Miller appears via Zoom for a court hearing on Tuesday, April 19

Warner Bros and DC executives held an emergency meeting on March 30 where they agreed to halt future projects involving Miller following their arrest at the Hilo karaoke bar, sources told Rolling Stone.

Insiders told the publication that Miller, who has a history of “meltdowns,” will not be involved in public appearances for the DC Cinematic Universe, despite Miller’s The Flash premiering next year.

Last month, Miller was arrested in Margarita Village for allegedly harassing some customers with belligerent behavior and charged with disorderly conduct and intimidation.

The incident began when Miller allegedly threw obscenities at a 23-year-old woman who sang karaoke. The actor also tried to grab the microphone of her mid-song.

Last month, Miller was arrested in Margarita Village (pictured above) for allegedly harassing some customers with belligerent behavior and charged with disorderly conduct and harassment

Last month, Miller was arrested in Margarita Village (pictured above) for allegedly harassing some customers with belligerent behavior and charged with disorderly conduct and harassment

Miller was arrested last month at the Margarita Village karaoke bar in Hilo, Hawaii.  The actor was charged with harassing a 23-year-old woman and lunging at a man who played darts

Miller was arrested last month at the Margarita Village karaoke bar in Hilo, Hawaii. The actor was charged with harassing a 23-year-old woman and lunging at a man who played darts

Later that same night, Miller jumped out at a 32-year-old man who was playing darts at the bar. The police were eventually called in to deal with the out-of-control star.

A local couple who met Miller at a local farmers market and let the actor stay at their house Miller has been released from prison on $500 bail after his arrest, Radar reported.

The husband, who has not been named publicly, claimed that after returning home from prison, Miller collapsed and threatened his wife with the words, “I’ll bury you and your damn wife.”

He told police that the actor then stole his wallet and his wife’s passport.

The The Hawaii couple withdrew their request for a temporary restraining order against Miller on April 12. According to court documents, a judge dismissed the case after the couple asked.

According to court documents, a restraining order was granted because it was “necessary to prevent future harassment.”

William Dean, an attorney representing the couple, has not commented on why his clients will no longer pursue the petition accusing Miller of storming into their bedroom and threatening them.

When contacted by DailyMail.com on Tuesday, Dean said his clients’ case had been dismissed and that he was not aware of Miller’s arrest prior to the call.

He confirmed that no further hearings will be held now that the case has been dropped.

Miller previously sparked controversy in April 2020 when a video reportedly showed the actor choking a woman while at a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland, Variety reported.

Amid the recent scandal, a video surfaced on Twitter in which Miller appears to be strangling a woman in a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland

A source told Variety that the incident happened after 'pushy fans' approached Miller and they lost their temper

Amid the recent scandal, a video surfaced on Twitter in which Miller appears to be strangling a woman in a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland

In the video, Miller grabs the woman by the throat and tries to throw her to the ground.

‘Wow, brother. Bro,” says the person filming.

A source told Variety that the incident happened after “pushy fans” approached Miller and the actor lost patience.

Miller has never publicly raised the incident.

Miller also made headlines in January when they posted a now-deleted video to Instagram threatening members of the Ku Klux Klan operating in Beulaville, North Carolina.

Miller told members of the Klan to kill themselves with their own weapons, otherwise “we’ll do it for you if that’s what you want.”

Miller also had a run-in with the law in 2011 where they were arrested for drug possession.

The actor, then 19, was the passenger in a vehicle in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania when they were apprehended and police discovered 20 grams of marijuana on them.

A judge would later drop the drug charges, but they were charged with two charges of disorderly conduct and fined $600.

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