Footage of Ezra Miller being arrested by police in Hawaii back in March has surfaced in which the actor claims they were assaulted by Nazis in the bar.
This footage was obtained by TMZ.com, and you can go over there to check it out for yourselves.
March was not a good month for The Flash actor.
They ended up being arrested multiple times in Hawaii and even had a restraining order placed upon them.
Fans of the actor have been trying to work out what might have caused this sudden barrage of incidents in bars and brushes with the police.
There has been a slew of rumours about what’s been going on in Miller’s personal life that might have sent the actor into something of a downward spiral.
However, nothing concrete’s been revealed yet.
Ezra Miller says they were assaulted by Nazis in the bar in Hawaii
Here’s what Miller had to say to the police when they were arresting him for “disorderly conduct”.
I was assaulted in this bar, twice in a row. I film myself when I get assaulted for NFT crypto art.
I’m going to be honest here, I don’t get the “NFT crypto art” bit of what Ezra’s saying here.
Ezra then asked the officer who was arresting them for his name and his badge number and Ezra started getting rather aggressive towards the police officer.
However, the actor wasn’t done there. They then added:
A guy in that bar declared himself as a Nazi, I have it on film, and attacked me.
Ezra Miller got into a bit of an argument with the police in Hawaii
Miller then declared his ninth and fourth amendment rights.
The police weren’t listening to him, and they then asked the police not to take his Flash ring.
They then declared that they are transgender and non-binary and that they did not want to be searched by a man.
Miller even claimed that the police officer who was searching them touched their penis.
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