Ezra Miller Is in More Trouble After Hawaii Arrest, 'Meltdowns'

by Emell Adolphus

EDGE Media Network Contributor

Wednesday April 6, 2022

Ezra Miller is reportedly in hot water with Warner Bros. and DC execs after being arrested in Hawaii for harassing patrons at a bar and threatening a couple.

As reported by Rolling Stone, company execs reportedly called an emergency meeting to review Miller's projects and discuss the troubled actor's future.

Warner Bros. and DC execs reportedly decided to put a pause on Miller's projects and appearances until the details of their troubles are sorted out.

Miller, 29, is set to appear as the titular character in "The Flash," set for a 2023. However, the actor's legal troubles and documented public outbursts have caused concern.

A video of Miller demonstrating a choke on a female fan began making the rounds on social media in 2020, but the situation was explained away reportedly as just goofing around.

Then earlier this year, Miller posted a cryptic message supposedly directed toward the KKK, but there has been no insight into what spurred the message.

An insider on the set of the anticipated "Flash" film told Rolling Stone that Miller had "frequent meltdowns" during production and described the actor as "losing it."

"Ezra would get a thought in [their] head and say, 'I don't know what I'm doing,'" the insider explained.

Reps for Miller and Warner Bros. have declined to comment on Rolling Stone's findings.