Ezra Miller arrest: Footage of DC star being arrested in Hawaii released online

Flash star Ezra Miller is seen yelling at police officers and making a bizarre claim about ‘NFT crypto art’ in arrest footage circulating online.

Ezra Miller claims in body camera footage of their March 29 arrest in Hawaii that they film themselves being assaulted for the sake of art.

“I was assaulted and started filming. Let me show you the video. I was attacked in this bar, twice in a row. I film myself when I get mugged for NFT crypto art,” said the Glow star, 29, bizarrely tells law enforcement in the clip, obtained by TMZ.

“What’s your name? What’s your badge number? Tell me your name and badge number. Full name! Full badge number!” they shout several times before their arrest, the New York Postreports.

” Do not touch me. Tell me your name and badge number now!

Miller – who identifies as non-binary and uses the pronouns they/them – then expresses shock at learning that they are being handcuffed for disorderly conduct.

“Am I arrested for disorderly conduct? I was assaulted,” they say. “You understand that, don’t you?”

Miller then tried to justify their actions inside a karaoke bar in Hawaii.

“The guy from this bar declared himself a Nazi. I filmed him and he attacked me,” they claim.

Miller also tried to use their amendment rights to prevent the arrest.

“I assert my 9th Amendment rights not to be unlawfully persecuted for an undesignated crime. Disorderly conduct means something that I am not guilty of,” they say in the clip.

“I claim my 4th Amendment rights not to be searched and seized on no probable cause, which you will not be able to offer in court. I claim my 4th Amendment rights not to be searched and seized.

Miller also asked the police not to touch or confiscate their “Flash ring” because it “is worth a lot” to them. They also claim that their genitals were touched by law enforcement in the footage.

“Hey, you just touched my penis. Please don’t do that. I’m transgender, non-binary and don’t want to be searched by a man!” they exclaim.

Miller ultimately did not contest the disorderly conduct charge. Court records show they were fined $500 — the same amount of their bond at the time — for their conduct, according to court records.

In exchange for their plea of ​​no contest, the judge dismissed a charge of harassment for the same incident and a charge of obstructing a public sidewalk in a separate incident.

the fantastic beasts and where to find them The actor’s court appearance in April came hours after he was arrested for allegedly throwing a chair at a woman after he became angry at being asked to leave a private residence in the lower from Puna, Hawaii.

The chair struck the woman in the head and resulted in a half-inch cut, but police said they refused to treat the injury.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post and has been reproduced with permission

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