It's no secret that Ezra Miller has become synonymous with controversy and after being involved in a shocking altercation with a fan in 2020, the actor's personal issues began piling up and we've proven over the last couple of months that the star of DC's The Flash can be a ticking timebomb just waiting to explode.
The victim of the choking incident recently broke her silence two years after the altercation and according to her, she was just trying to goof around with the actor until they choked her. "I think it’s just fun and games — but then it wasn't," the anonymous complainant shared.
Now, Miller is clapping back at the allegations and if you were to listen to his side of the story, he was actually the victim of the whole incident. The 29-year-old actor's representative recently spoke with Vanity Fair and according to them, the incident was brought up during Ezra's meeting with WB where he tried painting himself as the casualty.
Miller's representative said: "It was [Warner Bros.] listening and Miller spewing his poor-me speech: 'I'm the one who was hated on.' So you have this almost 30-year-old who is a partier telling Warner Bros. that he was the victim."
Additionally, the actor was allegedly taunted by "a group of teens" which led to things getting a little physical. Miller's representative insists, however, that he didn't choke the complainant and it was rather "a spontaneous reaction" on his part and that he "went at her collarbone."
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Ezra has yet to address any of the allegations thrown at him and while he did issue and apology, revealing that he's currently seeking professional help, his public perception has already been tainted and it would obviously take more to redeem himself.
As it stands, DC's The Flash is scheduled for release on June 23, 2023.