Ezra Miller Reportedly Seeking Help For Mental Health Issues

Ezra Miller is seeking treatment for mental health-related issues following recent erratic behavior. The Flash star has issued a statement regarding their mental health and problematic behavior.

“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 been alarmed and upset with my past behavior. I am committed to doing the necessary work to return to a healthy, safe, and productive stage in my life.”

The 29-year-old actor is seeking treatment after facing numerous run-ins with law enforcement this past year, which all made headlines for their bizarre and dangerous nature. 

In May 2022, Miller was charged with felony burglary for allegedly stealing bottles of alcohol from an empty residence in Stamford, Vermont. 

In August, an Insider exposé revealed that two separate families had filed protection orders against Miller, claiming that the actor had groomed their children.

Just last week, Rolling Stone reported that the Vermont child services department searched for a mother and her three children who had allegedly been living at Miller’s Vermont residence. 

Earlier this year, Miller was arrested twice in Hawaii–once in March on charges of disorderly conduct and harassment and again in April on suspicion of second-degree assault. Miller later pleaded no contest to the disorderly conduct charge and paid a $500 fine and $30 in court costs, and eventually, the harassment charge was dropped. Miller was later released without charge in the arrest on suspicion of second-degree assault, pending an investigation.

Despite all the alleged drama, the actor reportedly participated in scheduled reshoots for The Flash this summer without incident. As of now, The Flash is scheduled to hit theaters on June 23, 2023.

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