Ezra Miller to Plead Guilty in Vermont Burglary Case
Ezra Miller denied breaking into a home just last year but recanted on Wednesday. The Flash actor is due in court on Friday. In the May burglary in the US state of Vermont, Miller captured several bottles of liquor. Now that the Fantastic Beasts actor has pleaded guilty, according to Deadline, Miller is likely to receive a lesser sentence.
Presumably, the American actor will receive a maximum of three months in jail and a $500 fine. If Miller had maintained their innocence, the prison sentence could be as long as 25 years. The actor must appear in court on Friday where they will hear the judge's verdict.
Miller, who identifies as non-binary and wants to be addressed with "them" or "those," has come under scrutiny more often in the past year. For example, the actor was arrested twice in the state of Hawaii. Miller has also been accused of abuse by several women.
In August, Miller announced that they had begun treatment for "complex mental health issues." The actor also apologized for their behavior.
Miller is starring in the superhero movie The Flash, which is expected to be released this year. It is not known if the lawsuit, arrests, and allegations will affect the film's release.