Police bodycam footage has emerged of The Flash star Ezra Miller being arrested in Hawaii in March after spitting in someone’s face, and shows the actor berating cops while protesting that they’re ‘transgender‘ and don’t want to be searched by a man.
Miller, 29, was arrested on March 28 after allegedly spitting in someone’s face in a bar during a game of darts in Hilo, Hawaii.
In the bodycam footage taken of their arrest at Margarita Village, the furious actor complains that they were the real victim of assault, before demanding to know the police officers’ full names and badge numbers.
Weeks after that incident, Miller faced a second arrest in Hawaii over claims he threw a chair at a woman’s head after he refused to leave her home when asked.
Ezra Miller is shown being arrested in Hilo, Hawaii, on March 28 after allegedly spitting in someone’s face and pulling a microphone away from another person as they tried to sing karaoke
Miller is shown being arrested by cops on March 29 after spitting in someone’s face at a Margarita Village in Hilo, Hawaii
A Nerf gun owned by Miller was filmed being put into an evidence bag during his arrest
‘I’ve been assaulted for NFT crypto art. What’s your name and your badge number?’
Miller was referring to NFTs – digital images or videos which can be sold as pieces of artwork in their original formats.
Miller, who uses they and them as pronouns, is shown in their mugshot
‘Tell me your name and your badge number! Full name!
‘Tell me your name and your badge number! Tell me your name and your badge number now!
‘I’m being arrested for disorderly conduct? I was assaulted,’ they fume.
They then talked about their ‘ninth amendment rights’ to not be ‘unlawfully persecuted for a crime of no designation’.
They were booked for disorderly conduct.
The seven-minute video also shows them being put in handcuffs and complaining: ‘Do not touch my ring!’
Miller than talks about his ‘ninth amendment rights’ to not be ‘unlawfully’ persecuted for a crime of ‘no designation’.
‘I claim my fourth amendment rights to not be searched and seized.’
‘Do not touch my ring. Hey! You just touched my penis!
‘Please don’t do that! I’m transgender non-binary I don’t want to be searched by a man!
The Margarita Village in Hilo, Hawaii, on March 28, Warner Bros canceled Miller’s projects afterwards
Inside the bar where Miller was arrested. The incident began when they grabbed a microphone from a 23-year-old woman
‘I’m transgender non-binary and I don’t want to be searched by a man!
‘Those are nerf guns. Those are fake they are a toy.
‘Please don’t take them from me the flash ring means a lot to me. It’s very valuable.’
Miller is shown again in a different mugshot a month after the March 29 incident
The arrest was one of several for Miller.
In April, they were arrested for throwing a chair at someone’s head at a party.
The day after their arrest for spitting in someone’s face, Warner Bros held an emergency meeting to halt projects which they were involved in.
The incident started when Miller was reportedly hurling obscenities at a 23-year-old woman singing karaoke. The actor also tried to grab the microphone from her mid-song.
Then later on the same night, Miller lunged at a 32-year-old man who was playing darts at the bar. Police were eventually called in to deal with the out-of-control star.
A local couple who Miller had met at a local farmer’s market and let the actor stay in their house bailed Miller out of jail on a $500 bond following the arrest, Radar reported.
The husband, who has not been publicly named, alleged that after returning home from jail, Miller had a breakdown and threatened his wife, saying: ‘I will bury you and your s*** wife.’
Ezra Miller poses for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’, at a central London cinema, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018. The actor has since had Warner Bros projects put on hold
Miller also made headlines in January when they posted a now-deleted video on Instagram threatening members of the Ku Klux Klan operating in Beulaville, North Carolina.
Miller was seen telling members of the Klan to kill themselves with their own guns, 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 pulled over and cops discovered 20 grams of marijuana on them.
A judge would later drop the drug possession charge, but they were charged with two citations of disorderly conduct and ordered to pay a fine of $600.