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Ezra Miller Finally Breaks Their Silence After Increasingly Disturbing Behavior: 'I Want To Apologize'

Ezra Miller Finally Breaks Their Silence After Increasingly Disturbing Behavior: 'I Want To Apologize'
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Troubled nonbinary actor Ezra Miller has finally broken their silence about the years-long string of arrests and aggression that has seen them making headlines over and over again.

Miller has been in repeated legal trouble since 2020 for crimes ranging from breaking and entering to aggravated assault. Most recently, they were charged with felony burglary in connection with a case involving a woman and her three children living in allegedly unsafe conditions at Miller's Vermont farm.

Earlier this week, Miller finally addressed their disturbing behavior patterns in a statement to Variety, apologizing for their actions and confirming they are actively seeking help for mental health conditions.

Miller's statement read:

“Having recently gone through a time of intense crisis, I now understand that I am suffering complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment."
"I want to apologize to everyone that I have alarmed and upset with my past behavior. I am committed to doing the necessary work to get back to a healthy, safe and productive stage in my life.”

Miller has amassed a history of physical altercations and breaking into people's property—often while seemingly inebriated. While only recently coming to widespread attention, incidents date back several years.

But the latest incident revealed other details about Miller's life.

In reporting on the Vermont incident, Business Insider painted a picture of Miller's behavior that goes far beyond drunken belligerence, including allegations of grooming, abuse and even running a cult.

Their report read in part:

Insider has spoken with 14 people who had recent interactions with Miller in which the actor exhibited frightening emotional outbursts, carried firearms, or left them feeling unsafe."
"Some people said Miller sought out impressionable young women and nonbinary people whom they could isolate from their families and control. In some cases, Miller had sexual relations with these people."
"In 2020, during a roughly two-month stint in Iceland where Miller walked the streets barefoot, rumors spread that the movie star was running a cult out of an Airbnb."

At least one child's mother obtained a protection order against Miller.

After playing The Flash in several films in the DC Universe, Miller is set to reprise the role as the titular star of DC's forthcoming film The Flash, the debut of which has been pushed back multiple times due to their run-ins with the law.

It is still slated for release next year, despite the new raft of allegations against Miller.

On social media, many were unimpressed with Miller's apology.

While so far Warner Bros. has committed to moving forward with The Flash next year, it is rumored Miller will be replaced in subsequent installments of the film franchise and they will not be a part of the film's promotion.