I think we can all agree that Ezra Miller's name has become synonymous with controversy but long before his recent troubles came to light, the actor's first documented case of displaying his eccentric and concerning behavior happened in 2020 during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you may recall, The Flash actor was involved in a heated altercation with a fan at a local bar in Iceland. A video of the incident was caught on video where the then 27-year-old was seen choking an unidentified woman.
The viral footage sparked massive outrage from fans and showed the DC Extended Universe actor in a different light. Now, the woman involved in the nasty physical confrontation is finally breaking her silence two years after the incident took place.
In an interview with Variety, the victim, who asked to remain anonymous detailed the events that led to the choking incident. According to her, she approached Ezra to ask him about his feet which appeared to be injured at the time. The victim later joked that she could take on the actor in an actual fight and that's where the disaster occurred. She said: "I think it’s just fun and games — but then it wasn't."
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Miller has remained silent regarding the matter over the last two years and I don't really expect him to open up about it now. One thing's for sure, all the controversies he's been facing could be detrimental not only to his acting career but also to his personal life. It has definitely reached an alarming level and I hope he'll do something about it.
The Flash is now scheduled for release on June 23, 2023.