Ezra Miller arrest tape released in March

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

“I was mugged and started filming. Let me show you the video. I got mugged at this bar, twice in a row. I film myself being mugged for NFT crypto art,” the 29-year-old “Flash” star strangely 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 repeatedly before their arrest.

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

Miller, who identifies as non-binary and uses the pronouns they/them, later expresses shock to learn that they are being handcuffed for disorderly conduct.

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“I film myself being mugged for NFT crypto art,” Miller says in the video.
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“Am I being arrested for disorderly conduct? I was mugged,” they say. “You understand, right?”

Miller later tried to justify his actions inside a karaoke bar in Hawaii.

“The guy in that bar declared himself a Nazi. I have him filmed and he assaulted me, ”they allege.

Miller also attempted to use his amendment rights to avoid arrest.

“I claim my 9th amendment rights not to be unlawfully prosecuted for a crime without designation. Disorderly conduct means something I’m not guilty of,” they say in the clip.

“I claim my Fourth Amendment rights not to be searched and seized without probable cause, which you will not be able to offer in a court of law. I claim my Fourth Amendment rights not to be searched and seized.”

Miller also asked the police to offer not to touch or confiscate his “Flash ring” as it “means a lot” to them. They also claim that his genitals were touched by police in the footage.

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Miller identifies as non-binary and uses the pronouns they/them.
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“Hey, you just touched my penis. Please do not do that. I’m transgender, non-binary and I 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 as their bail at the time, for their conduct, court records show.

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

The “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” actor’s court appearance came hours after they were arrested for allegedly throwing a chair at a woman after becoming angry that she was asked to leave a private residence located in lower Puna, Hawaii.

The chair hit the woman in the head, giving her a half-inch cut, but police said she refused treatment for the injury.


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