The arrest tape of Ezra Miller was released in March

Ezra Miller claims in body camera footage from 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 assaulted in this tape twice in a row. I’m filming myself when I’m being assaulted for NFT ciphers,” the 29-year-old “Flash” star tells law enforcement curiously in the clip, Got it TMZ.

“What’s your name? What’s your badge number? Tell me your name and your badge number. Your full name! Your full badge number!” they shout repeatedly before arresting them.

“Don’t touch me. Tell me your name and badge number now!”

Miller – who identifies as non-binary and uses their pronouns/they – then expresses his shock when he finds out that they are Handcuffed due to disorderly behavior.

Mug shot Ezra Miller
“I film myself when I am being assaulted because of NFT ciphers,” Miller says in the video.

“I was arrested for disorderly conduct? They say ‘I was assaulted.’” “You understand that, right?”

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

“The guy in that bar declared himself a Nazi. I made him in a movie and he attacked me.”

Miller also attempted to use edit rights to prevent arrest.

“I claim that my Ninth Amendment rights will not be unlawfully persecuted for an unspecified crime. “Disorderly behavior means something I am not guilty of,” they say in the clip.

“I demand that my Fourth Amendment rights will not be searched and seized without probable cause, you will not be able to show it in a court of law. I demand my Fourth Amendment rights not to be searched and confiscated.”

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

Ezra Miller
Miller identifies as non-binary and uses their/them pronouns.

“Hey, I just touched my penis. Please, don’t do that. I’m transgender, not bi and I don’t want a man to search me!” they shouted.

Miller ultimately did not contest any dispute over the disorderly conduct charge. Court records show that they were Pay a fine of $500 – the same amount of bail at the time – on their behavior, court records show.

In exchange for their no-objection charge, the judge dismissed the harassment charge from the same incident and the public pier obstruction charge in a separate incident.

A “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” actor appeared in court in April, hours after they were arrested for the crime. allegedly throwing a chair at a woman After he becomes angry that you are being asked to leave a private residence located in Lower Puna, Hawaii.

The chair hit the woman in the head and cut half an inch, but police said they refused to treat the injury.

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