Actor Ezra M. Miller of “The Flash” is charged with taking wine from a Vermont residence in May while the owners were abroad, according to local law police.
According to a press release from the Vermont State Police, there is enough evidence to accuse the actor of breaking into an unoccupied home in the town of Stamford.
Police discovered that many bottles of alcohol had been removed from the house after being alerted to a probable burglary on May 1, according to the release. Police had a good reason to file charges based on statements and surveillance evidence.
Miller, but the release didn’t provide any other information. According to state police spokesman Adam Silverman, the actor, who had previously played The Flash in several DC superhero movies, received a ticket on Sunday.
According to the press release, Miller has been told to show up in Vermont Superior Court on September 26 for an arraignment on the burglary allegation.
Miller’s agents were contacted by CNN for comment, but no response was received. The actor will be the lead in a future DC Films movie called “The Flash.” Warner Bros. Discovery, which also owns CNN, is the owner of DC Films.
After an incident in a pub in March, Miller was detained in Hilo, Hawaii, and charged with harassment and disorderly conduct, according to police. According to a court file, the actor was charged with disorderly conduct on April 19 and entered a no-contest plea in exchange for a $500 fine. The harassment accusation was dropped.