- The Flash actor Ezra Miller has had a tumultuous year so far.
- The actor has been arrested a couple of times for a string of bizarre incidents.
- Miller claims that they’ve been the victim and that they took videos of the incidents to turn them into NFTs.
The ongoing Ezra Miller saga has taken yet another bizarre turn, as the actor reportedly claims that he has been the victim of the recent incidents in Hawaii and not the perpetrator and that he recorded the assaults to turn them into NFTs. Miller made the claims as he was being arrested, as confirmed by footage obtained by TMZ.
Ezra Miller says they’ve been the victim of recent incidents and claims they took videos to turn them into NFTs
In police body cam footage of the arrest, the male victim claims Miller spit on him before police begin questioning Miller. The actor quickly grows aggressive, demanding police share their name and badge numbers and claiming, “I film myself when I get assaulted for NFT crypto art.”
“A guy in that bar declared himself as a Nazi. I have it on film, and he attacked me,” Miller claims. [via Consequence of Sound]
Despite Miller’s troubles, a recent report indicates that Warner Bros. is not considering recasting the role of Barry Allen/Flash at this time.
The Flash, which stars Miller, Michael Keaton as Batman, Ben Affleck as Batman, Sasha Calle as Supergirl, Michael Shannon as General Zod, Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, and Ron Livingston as Henry Allen, is currently scheduled to theaters in the United States on June 23, 2023. Warner Bros. has over a year to figure out to market the film, which Miller is making an increasingly difficult task with every new headline he makes.