Ezra Miller Detained In Hawaii

He Was Charged With Assault On Tuesday. Miller Was Recently Detained Twice In Hawaii. After Being Asked To Leave A Party At A Big Island Property, Miller Threw A Chair, Hitting A Woman.

The Woman Had A Half-Inch Cut On Her Forehead, Police Said. Miller, A 29-Year-Old Vermont Visitor, Was Apprehended After A Traffic Stop And Held For Further Investigation.

It's Unclear How Miller's Arrest Affects His Arraignment Later Tuesday For A Big Island Karaoke Bar Arrest Last Month. Miller Was Charged With Disorderly Behaviour In Hilo, Hawaii.

That Night, Miller Was Charged With Disorderly Conduct And Harassment, The Hawaii Police Department Stated. Miller's Projects With Warner Bros. And DC Were Reportedly In Jeopardy.

After The Meeting, The Committee Reportedly Agreed To Pause All Projects Involving Miller And All Public Appearances They Had Scheduled To Support The DC Cinematic Universe.

Miller, 29, Will Star In "The Flash" In 2023. Miller Receives A Traffic Ticket Tuesday. Last Month, Miller Obstructed A Sidewalk In Downtown Hilo.

Attorney Francis Alcain Had Requested Tuesday's Court Hearing, Previously Scheduled For Next Week, Be Moved Up. 

Alcain Said In A Court Filing His Client "Has Various Time Sensitive Work Obligations In California And/Or New York" And Needs An Earlier Hearing "To Resolve This Matter."