Amid his legal troubles, Ezra Miller shocked “The Flash” fans by attending the movie’s Monday night premiere.
The red carpet marked the actor’s first public appearance in years.
Using his pronouns, Miller posed for a photo wearing a white suit jacket, a cream-colored shirt, black pants and matching boots.
The 30-year-old accessorized with gold rings and a half-tied hairstyle.
“Stand” graduate, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav, Warner Bros. He appeared to acknowledge their latest scandal while praising Film Group presidents Michael De Luca and Pam Abdy and DC Studios’ James Gunn and Peter Safran.
Miller thanked the managers “for their grace, understanding and care in the context” [their] life” and “to bring this moment to life”.
The “Fantastic Beasts” star went on to share her “love” for director Andy Muschietti.
“I think you’re amazing and I think your work is amazing,” Miller said enthusiastically.
Ben Affleck, Kiersey Clemons, and more co-stars were smiling for cast photos at the Ovation Hollywood event in Los Angeles, while fans expressed confusion over Miller’s participation on Twitter.
“Seriously? So Ezra Miller isn’t going to face the consequences of his actions?” asked a social media user. “Should we just forget?”
Another described the move as “shock” and a third joke“All of the $220 million budget went to Ezra Miller’s attorney fees.”
Miller’s controversy began when he was seen strangling a female fan in Iceland in 2020, but no charges were filed.
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Two years later, the “Perks of Being a Wallflower” star was arrested in Hawaii for disorderly conduct for which they promised no contest before paying a $500 fine. They were also arrested for harassment, but these charges were dismissed.
Miller was charged with felony theft in Vermont that same year. While they did not plead guilty to theft charges, they pleaded guilty to illegal trespassing charges.
The “Justice League” star apologized in a statement to Variety, stating that they were seeking treatment for “complex mental health issues.”
Miller concluded, “I would like to apologize to anyone I have worried and upset about my past behavior. I am determined to do the work necessary to get back to a healthy, safe and productive stage in my life.”